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Coffee mug made of marbled clay. Made in Japan Japanese traditional "Nerikomi" technique is applied on this piece. The clay was marbled with glazing pigment, which means that the colour runs through both the outside and inside of the cup, including the base. ★About the artist★ Every ceramicist is a sort of chemist, but Takemura Yoshinori is also an alchemist. His whimsical and improvisational style goes happily along with the vast variety of colours he conjures. More than 60 original glazing c Mugs, Japanese, Cup, Cups, Japanese Traditional, Original Glazed, Clay, Coffee Mugs, Marbled Clay
Nerikomi Mug by Takemura Yoshinori ー two persimmons
Coffee mug made of marbled clay. Made in Japan Japanese traditional "Nerikomi" technique is applied on this piece. The clay was marbled with glazing pigment, which means that the colour runs through both the outside and inside of the cup, including the base. ★About the artist★ Every ceramicist is a sort of chemist, but Takemura Yoshinori is also an alchemist. His whimsical and improvisational style goes happily along with the vast variety of colours he conjures. More than 60 original glazing c
Ohara Koichi is a highly acclaimed studio potter based in Tokoname, Japan. Ohara draws his inspiration from the raw textures in the nature. He mixes various local soils and materials to make his clay, glaze and slip, which often contain grit. Ohara studied physics at Meisei University before becoming a ceramic artist. Nature, Studio, Ceramics, Glaze, Inspiration, Ceramic Artists, Hand Thrown
Volcanic mug by Japanse studio potter Ohara Koichi | Ship worldwide
Ohara Koichi is a highly acclaimed studio potter based in Tokoname, Japan. Ohara draws his inspiration from the raw textures in the nature. He mixes various local soils and materials to make his clay, glaze and slip, which often contain grit. Ohara studied physics at Meisei University before becoming a ceramic artist.
Sabi Beaker by Japanese potter Ohara Koichi available at two persimmons
Sabi Beaker by Japanese potter Ohara Koichi available at two persimmons
Sabi Beaker by Japanese potter Ohara Koichi available at two persimmons
Sabi Beaker by Japanese potter Ohara Koichi available at two persimmons
Large hand thrown cup. These items are functional line of the highly acclaimed studio potter Ohara Koichi 大原光一. Made in Japan. Fired with the artist's signature Sabi glaze which achieved distinctive beauty of volcanic rawness. The colour varies with each piece from steel to maroon with orange hue, based on the condition of firing. All of them are full of characters, and some have heavily scorched marks. No two pieces are exactly alike in colour, measurements and texture. Please note that
This particular mug in the top image is heavily scorched with lava-like marks. I thought I have been used to all sorts of rustiness and wabi-sabiing with functional ceramic ware, and still found this one was extraordinary. Totally thrilled with the idea of having coffee with this mug. 大原光一馬克杯 中文查詢一下📩🌟 . . .#glazing #collectceramics #rustictableware #ceramiccollection #日本酒 #大原光一 #rusticmodern #wabisabi #wabisabistyle #器好き #contemporarycraft #artgallery #双柿舎 #japaneseceramics #japanesepottery Coffee, Japanese Studio
Sabi Mug | Ohara Koichi | Japanese studio pottery |Available | two persimmons
This particular mug in the top image is heavily scorched with lava-like marks. I thought I have been used to all sorts of rustiness and wabi-sabiing with functional ceramic ware, and still found this one was extraordinary. Totally thrilled with the idea of having coffee with this mug. 大原光一馬克杯 中文查詢一下📩🌟 . . .#glazing #collectceramics #rustictableware #ceramiccollection #日本酒 #大原光一 #rusticmodern #wabisabi #wabisabistyle #器好き #contemporarycraft #artgallery #双柿舎 #japaneseceramics #japanesepottery
This particular mug in the top image is heavily scorched with lava-like marks. I thought I have been used to all sorts of rustiness and wabi-sabiing with functional ceramic ware, and still found this one was extraordinary. Totally thrilled with the idea of having coffee with this mug. 大原光一馬克杯 中文查詢一下📩🌟 . . .#glazing #collectceramics #rustictableware #ceramiccollection #日本酒 #大原光一 #rusticmodern #wabisabi #wabisabistyle #器好き #contemporarycraft #artgallery #双柿舎 #japaneseceramics #japanesepottery
Sabi Mug | Ohara Koichi | Japanese studio pottery |Available | two persimmons
This particular mug in the top image is heavily scorched with lava-like marks. I thought I have been used to all sorts of rustiness and wabi-sabiing with functional ceramic ware, and still found this one was extraordinary. Totally thrilled with the idea of having coffee with this mug. 大原光一馬克杯 中文查詢一下📩🌟 . . .#glazing #collectceramics #rustictableware #ceramiccollection #日本酒 #大原光一 #rusticmodern #wabisabi #wabisabistyle #器好き #contemporarycraft #artgallery #双柿舎 #japaneseceramics #japanesepottery
Fukumura Ryuta crafts functional porcelain and stoneware with rustic textures, often referred to as wabi-sabi as a distinctive element in Japanese philosophy. He is a keen practitioner of tea ceremony and flower arrangement, which are closely linked to the Japanese mainstream ceramic tradition. #functionalceramics #studiopottery #studioceramics #福村龍太 #japanesepottery #wabisabi #wabisabistyle #metallic #japaneseceramics #rustic #wildclay #axelvervoordt #酒杯 #volcanic #twopersimmons Porcelain, Japanese Sake, Tea, Pottery, Sake
Japanese sake cups | guinomi | ash glazed vase | available | two persimmons
Fukumura Ryuta crafts functional porcelain and stoneware with rustic textures, often referred to as wabi-sabi as a distinctive element in Japanese philosophy. He is a keen practitioner of tea ceremony and flower arrangement, which are closely linked to the Japanese mainstream ceramic tradition. #functionalceramics #studiopottery #studioceramics #福村龍太 #japanesepottery #wabisabi #wabisabistyle #metallic #japaneseceramics #rustic #wildclay #axelvervoordt #酒杯 #volcanic #twopersimmons
Japanese studio ceramics by Fukumura Ryuta. Metallic overglaze on porcelain. Wood fired in Fukumura's family owned Climbing kiln - noborigama. Box included. #functionalceramics #studiopottery #studioceramics #interiordesign #ceramicart #texture #luxe #福村龍太 #japanesepottery #wabisabi #wabisabistyle #metallic #volcanictexture #loveceramic #japaneseceramics #guinomi #contemporaryceramics #fineartceramics #日本陶瓷 #rustic #wildclay #axelvervoordt #酒杯 #wheelthrown #tokkuri #twopersimmons #双柿舎 Metal, Ceramic Art
guinomi-sake cup by Japanese ceramic artist Fukumura Ryuta for two persimmons
Japanese studio ceramics by Fukumura Ryuta. Metallic overglaze on porcelain. Wood fired in Fukumura's family owned Climbing kiln - noborigama. Box included. #functionalceramics #studiopottery #studioceramics #interiordesign #ceramicart #texture #luxe #福村龍太 #japanesepottery #wabisabi #wabisabistyle #metallic #volcanictexture #loveceramic #japaneseceramics #guinomi #contemporaryceramics #fineartceramics #日本陶瓷 #rustic #wildclay #axelvervoordt #酒杯 #wheelthrown #tokkuri #twopersimmons #双柿舎
Japanese studio ceramic by Fukumura Ryuta. Metallic overglaze on porcelain. Wood fired in Fukumura's family owned Climbing kiln - noborigama. #functionalceramics #studiopottery #studioceramics #interiordesign #ceramicart #texture #luxecraft #福村龍太 #japanesepottery #wabisabi #wabisabistyle #metallic #CREmerging #loveceramic #japaneseceramics #guinomi #contemporaryceramics #fineartceramics #日本陶瓷 #rustic #wildclay #axelvervoordt #酒杯 #器皿 #wheelthrown #tokkuri #volcanic #twopersimmons #双柿舎
guinomi sake cup by Japanese ceramic artist Fukumura Ryuta for two persimmons
Japanese studio ceramic by Fukumura Ryuta. Metallic overglaze on porcelain. Wood fired in Fukumura's family owned Climbing kiln - noborigama. #functionalceramics #studiopottery #studioceramics #interiordesign #ceramicart #texture #luxecraft #福村龍太 #japanesepottery #wabisabi #wabisabistyle #metallic #CREmerging #loveceramic #japaneseceramics #guinomi #contemporaryceramics #fineartceramics #日本陶瓷 #rustic #wildclay #axelvervoordt #酒杯 #器皿 #wheelthrown #tokkuri #volcanic #twopersimmons #双柿舎
Fukumura crafts functional porcelain ware with rustic textures, often referred to as wabi-sabi as a distinctive element in Japanese philosophy. He is a keen practitioner of tea ceremony and flower arrangement, which are closely linked to the Japanese mainstream ceramic tradition. . #functionalceramics #studiopottery #studioceramics #interiordesign #ceramicart #textur #japanesepottery #wabisabi #wabisabistyle #metallic#japaneseceramics #guinomi Japanese Philosophy
guinomi sake cup by Japanese ceramic artist Fukumura Ryuta for two persimmons
Fukumura crafts functional porcelain ware with rustic textures, often referred to as wabi-sabi as a distinctive element in Japanese philosophy. He is a keen practitioner of tea ceremony and flower arrangement, which are closely linked to the Japanese mainstream ceramic tradition. . #functionalceramics #studiopottery #studioceramics #interiordesign #ceramicart #textur #japanesepottery #wabisabi #wabisabistyle #metallic#japaneseceramics #guinomi
Metallic overglaze on porcelain. Wood fired in Fukumura's family owned Climbing kiln - noborigama.. #functionalceramics #studiopottery #studioceramics #interiordesign #ceramicart #texture #luxecraft #福村龍太 #japanesepottery #wabisabi #wabisabistyle #metallic #CREmerging #loveceramic #japaneseceramics #guinomi #contemporaryceramics #fineartceramics #日本陶瓷 #rustic #wildclay #axelvervoordt #酒杯 #器皿 #wheelthrown #tokkuri #volcanic #twopersimmons #双柿舎 Contemporary Ceramics
guinomi sake cup by Fukumura Ryuta for two persimmons
Metallic overglaze on porcelain. Wood fired in Fukumura's family owned Climbing kiln - noborigama.. #functionalceramics #studiopottery #studioceramics #interiordesign #ceramicart #texture #luxecraft #福村龍太 #japanesepottery #wabisabi #wabisabistyle #metallic #CREmerging #loveceramic #japaneseceramics #guinomi #contemporaryceramics #fineartceramics #日本陶瓷 #rustic #wildclay #axelvervoordt #酒杯 #器皿 #wheelthrown #tokkuri #volcanic #twopersimmons #双柿舎
Kodomari Ryo is a contemporary ceramic artist who crafts vibrant functional stoneware. Based in the island of Okinawa, his hand thrown/build pieces have been very much sought after among ceramic lovers in Japan and Asian countries. #japaneseceramics #interiortrend #props #abstractart #homeandgarden #contemporaryceramics #colorfulceramics #ceramics #ceramicart #elledecoration #小泊良 #primitivism #interiordesign #propstylist #affordableart #interiordecor #handthrown #homedecor manteldecor Home Décor, Elle Décor
Japanese Studio Potter Kodomari Ryo 小泊良 for two persimmons
Kodomari Ryo is a contemporary ceramic artist who crafts vibrant functional stoneware. Based in the island of Okinawa, his hand thrown/build pieces have been very much sought after among ceramic lovers in Japan and Asian countries. #japaneseceramics #interiortrend #props #abstractart #homeandgarden #contemporaryceramics #colorfulceramics #ceramics #ceramicart #elledecoration #小泊良 #primitivism #interiordesign #propstylist #affordableart #interiordecor #handthrown #homedecor manteldecor
Japanese ceramic goblet with geometric pattern- Hand thrown by Kodomari Ryo 小泊良 - two persimmons
Japanese ceramic goblet with geometric pattern- Hand thrown by Kodomari Ryo 小泊良 - two persimmons
Japanese ceramic goblet with geometric pattern- Hand thrown by Kodomari Ryo 小泊良 - two persimmons
Japanese ceramic goblet with geometric pattern- Hand thrown by Kodomari Ryo 小泊良 - two persimmons
Hand thrown goblet with bold geometry pattern. The surface finish has no gloss but with a subtle sheen with earthy clay texture. This piece would be great for apperitif, or as a sipper for any drink. Alternatively, it is simply good looking on your shelf or as flower vase. Made in Japan Stoneware Artist Kodomari Ryo 小泊良
Hand thrown goblet with bold geometry pattern. The surface finish has no gloss but with a subtle sheen with earthy clay texture. This piece would be great for apperitif, or as a sipper for any drink. Alternatively, it is simply good looking on your shelf or as flower vase. Made in Japan Stoneware Artist Kodomari Ryo 小泊良
Japanese ceramic goblet with geometric pattern- Hand thrown by Kodomari Ryo -two persimmons
Hand thrown goblet with bold geometry pattern. The surface finish has no gloss but with a subtle sheen with earthy clay texture. This piece would be great for apperitif, or as a sipper for any drink. Alternatively, it is simply good looking on your shelf or as flower vase. Made in Japan Stoneware Artist Kodomari Ryo 小泊良
Made in Japan. Hand thrown yunomi cup with sgrafitto. With this piece,  sgrafitto is applied on the warm natural gray body, accompanied with navy blue and amber glazes.  This is a very versatile cup. Use it for any drink hot or cold, or for serving sauces and nibbles. The rounded body would be a great fit to hands. We stock several pieces of this series of cups. Due to it's handmae nature, each piece has a character and varies in size, graphic pattern and texture. Sauces
Japanese studio ceramics sgraffito yunomi cup by Kodomari Ryo 小泊良 primitivism
Made in Japan. Hand thrown yunomi cup with sgrafitto. With this piece, sgrafitto is applied on the warm natural gray body, accompanied with navy blue and amber glazes. This is a very versatile cup. Use it for any drink hot or cold, or for serving sauces and nibbles. The rounded body would be a great fit to hands. We stock several pieces of this series of cups. Due to it's handmae nature, each piece has a character and varies in size, graphic pattern and texture.
white ceramic mug cup by Japanese studio potter Pottery Techniques, Cuppa
Japanese Kohiki Slipware Mug C3-PO by Kodomari Ryo 小泊良 for two persimmons
This mug is slab-build by hand, with 'Kohiki' slip coating. Large enough for everyday's cuppa. Kohiki is a time-honoured pottery technique that applies white slip over dark coloured clay body before glazing. After years of use, water and stain will seep into between the layers, and develop crack-like marks and patina - Kan'nyu / Crackle - one of the view points in the Japanese ceramic tradition. It is the ware you would enjoy seasoning, nurturing and aging.
This mug is slab-build by hand, with 'Kohiki' slip coating. Large enough for everyday's cuppa. Kohiki is a time-honoured pottery technique that applies white slip over dark coloured clay body before glazing. After years of use, water and stain will seep into between the layers, and develop crack-like marks and patina - Kan'nyu / Crackle - one of the view points in the Japanese ceramic tradition. It is the ware you would enjoy seasoning, nurturing and aging.
Japanese Kohiki Mug R2-D2 by Kodomari Ryo 小泊良 for two persimmons
This mug is slab-build by hand, with 'Kohiki' slip coating. Large enough for everyday's cuppa. Kohiki is a time-honoured pottery technique that applies white slip over dark coloured clay body before glazing. After years of use, water and stain will seep into between the layers, and develop crack-like marks and patina - Kan'nyu / Crackle - one of the view points in the Japanese ceramic tradition. It is the ware you would enjoy seasoning, nurturing and aging.
Whimsical Yellow/ Turquoise Mug by Japanese potter Ryo Kodomari 小泊良 for two persimmons
Whimsical Yellow/ Turquoise Mug by Japanese potter Ryo Kodomari 小泊良 for two persimmons
Whimsical Yellow/ Turquoise Mug by Japanese potter Ryo Kodomari 小泊良 for two persimmons
Hand thrown mug with distinctive handle. This item is one of the artist's signature designs. These handles are hooked on the edge of the cup, and slightly pushing in the clay body making a soft dent. With this piece, the original suppleness of clay is visible and tactile. You would enjoy it every time you drink from this mug, along with the vibrant dash or colours. Inside is glazed in Turquoise. Made in Japan Material: Stoneware Artist: Kodomari Ryo 小泊良
Kodomari Ryo is a contemporary ceramic artist who crafts vibrant functional stoneware. Based in the island of Okinawa, his hand thrown/build pieces have been very much sought after among ceramic lovers in Japan and Asian countries. #japaneseceramics #interiortrend #props #abstractart #homeandgarden #contemporaryceramics #colorfulceramics #ceramics #ceramicart #elledecoration #小泊良 #primitivism #interiordesign #propstylist #affordableart #interiordecor #handthrown #homedecor manteldecor
Japanese Studio Potter Kodomari Ryo 小泊良 for two persimmons
Kodomari Ryo is a contemporary ceramic artist who crafts vibrant functional stoneware. Based in the island of Okinawa, his hand thrown/build pieces have been very much sought after among ceramic lovers in Japan and Asian countries. #japaneseceramics #interiortrend #props #abstractart #homeandgarden #contemporaryceramics #colorfulceramics #ceramics #ceramicart #elledecoration #小泊良 #primitivism #interiordesign #propstylist #affordableart #interiordecor #handthrown #homedecor manteldecor
Hand thrown mug with distinctive handle. This is one of the artist's signature designs. These handles are hooked on the edge of the cup, and slightly pushing in the clay body making a soft dent. With this piece, the original suppleness of clay is visible and tactile. You would enjoy it every time you drink from this mug, along with the vibrant dash of colours. Made in Japan Material: Stoneware Measurements: Height 7.7 cm, Diameter 9.0 cm Artist: Kodomari Ryo 小泊良 Products
Mug - hooked mauve handle | two persimmons
Hand thrown mug with distinctive handle. This is one of the artist's signature designs. These handles are hooked on the edge of the cup, and slightly pushing in the clay body making a soft dent. With this piece, the original suppleness of clay is visible and tactile. You would enjoy it every time you drink from this mug, along with the vibrant dash of colours. Made in Japan Material: Stoneware Measurements: Height 7.7 cm, Diameter 9.0 cm Artist: Kodomari Ryo 小泊良
Hand thrown goblet with bold cross pattern. The surface finish has no gloss but with a subtle sheen with earthy clay texture. This piece would be great for apperitif, or as a sipper for any drink. Alternatively, it is simply good looking on your shelf or as flower vase. Neatly signed on the foot.   Made in Japan Material: Stoneware Artist: Kodomari Ryo Earthy, Planter Pots
Goblet by Japanese potter Kodomari Ryo for two persimmons
Hand thrown goblet with bold cross pattern. The surface finish has no gloss but with a subtle sheen with earthy clay texture. This piece would be great for apperitif, or as a sipper for any drink. Alternatively, it is simply good looking on your shelf or as flower vase. Neatly signed on the foot. Made in Japan Material: Stoneware Artist: Kodomari Ryo