Tuesday, 26 November 2019

The Sake Vessel - 2




The Sake Vessel at the Stratford Gallery.





More sake vessels following on from my previous post .




Yoca Muta, Japan, Whale Tokkuri (decorated with painted overglaze enamels + custom signed wooden box)




Yoca Muta, Japan. Whale sake cup (decorated withainted overglaze enamels + custom signed wooden box) 






Yoca Muta, Japan. Whale sake cup (decorated with painted overglaze enamels + custom signed wooden box) 


 

Yoka Muta, Japan. Sun and Sea sake cup (Sakazuki), (decorated with painted overglaze enamels + custom signed wooden box) 





Yoca Muta, Japan. Whale sake cup (decorated with painted overglaze enamels + custom signed wooden box) 




Yoka Muta, Japan. Moon and Sea sake cup (Sakazuki), (decorated with painted overglaze enamels + custom signed wooden box)




Akihiko Watanabe, Guinomi (Anagama wood fired in a sagger with celadon glaze)




Akihiko Watanabe, Japan. Tokkuri (Anagama fired in a sagger with celadon)




Akihiko Watanabe, Guinomi (Anagama wood fired in a sagger with celadon glaze)





Akihiko Watanabe, Guinomi (Anagama wood fired in a sagger with celadon glaze)





Akika Satake, Japan/USA. Sake vessels, (Anagama fired stoneware with natural ash glaze)





Anthony Gaudino, USA. Tokkuri (Anagama fired stoneware with all natural fly ash) 





Anthony Gaudino, USA. Guinomi (oxidisation fired rutile, oribe, ash, slips and frits)




Anthony Gaudino, USA. Guinomi (oxidisation fired shino, rutile, oribe, ash, slip and frits)




Ken Matsuzaki, Japan, Yohen Shino Taokaiseki sake bottle + custom signed wooden box  (Anagama wood fired)





 Jeff Shapiro, USA. Sake pourer (Anagama wood fired stoneware with natural ash deposits)





Jeff Shapiro, USA. Sake pourer (Anagama wood fired stoneware with natural ash deposits)





Robert Fornell, USA. Tengu sake server (hand formed iron rich clay body, black and white glazes, reduction fired.





Robert Fornell, USA. Sake server (hand formed iron rich clay body, black and white glazes, reduction fired.




Mitch Iburg, USA. Sake set, Tokkuri and 2 Guinomis, (Minnesota kaolinitic clays, crushed rhyolite and granite. Tokkuri side fired on wild rice husks, 4 day Anagama firing)





Mami Kato, Japan. Shuhai sake cup, wood fired, + custom signed wooden box.




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