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Shoji Hamada bowlJapan, c. 1955wheel-thrown glazed stoneware23 dia x 6.25 h inchesThis form retains original wood box and packaging. Casserole, Packaging, Bowl Designs, Bowl, Ceramic Bowls
Shoji Hamada Bowl
Shoji Hamada bowlJapan, c. 1955wheel-thrown glazed stoneware23 dia x 6.25 h inchesThis form retains original wood box and packaging.
Hamada, Leach and Yanagi in the United States, probably Hawaii, in 1952       He was sought after so highly that in 1955 the Japanese government declared him a Living National Treasure. His studio  has been turned in to a museum that houses much of his personal collection of craft work from around the world alongside a selection of his own pieces. Ceramics, Art, Studio, Sculptures, Artist Studio, Ceramic Studio, Kunst
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Hamada, Leach and Yanagi in the United States, probably Hawaii, in 1952 He was sought after so highly that in 1955 the Japanese government declared him a Living National Treasure. His studio has been turned in to a museum that houses much of his personal collection of craft work from around the world alongside a selection of his own pieces.
National Living Treasure of Japan as a potter, Shoji HAMADA (1894-1978) at his studio. 濱田庄司(人間国宝) Japanese, Artist At Work, Artist, Pottery Studio
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National Living Treasure of Japan as a potter, Shoji HAMADA (1894-1978) at his studio. 濱田庄司(人間国宝)
Shoji Hamada throwing a tea ceremony bowl, ca. 1970's.Mashiko, JapanImage from Susan Harnly Peterson Archive Japanese Artists, Japanese Aesthetic, Traditional Art, Japan Image
Shoji Hamada throwing a tea ceremony bowl, ca. 1970's.Mashiko, JapanImage from Susan Harnly Peterson Archive
Shoji Hamada at work—a Japanese National Treasure. Design, Inspiration, Contemporary Pottery, Artisan & Artist, Chawan
British Studio Pottery - Hamada St. Ives at the Leach Pottery, St. Ives - May 2009 onwards
Shoji Hamada at work—a Japanese National Treasure.
濱田庄司(人間国宝)  Work by Shoji Hamada Matcha, Traditional Pottery, Modern Ceramics, Modern Pottery, Ceramic Fiber, Antique Ceramics
濱田庄司(人間国宝) Work by Shoji Hamada
Hamada - yunomi Yunomi, Tea Bowls
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Hamada - yunomi
National Living Treasure of Japan, Shoji HAMADA (1894~1978), pottery artist, at work. Portraits, Wisconsin, Japanese Culture, Japan Art
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National Living Treasure of Japan, Shoji HAMADA (1894~1978), pottery artist, at work.
SHOJI HAMADA Bowl, ca. 1960, Green glaze with poured decoration, Stoneware Kintsugi
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SHOJI HAMADA Bowl, ca. 1960, Green glaze with poured decoration, Stoneware
Shoji Hamada Studio Mashiko Pottery Chawan Tea bowl Ceramic Cups, Dish
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Shoji Hamada Studio Mashiko Pottery Chawan Tea bowl
Shoji Hamada  |  Small Dish (ca.1965): Stoneware, cream glaze with grey/brown poured lines across the well (h3.5cm, d18.8cm). Ceramic Art, Ceramica, Artesanato, Pottery Art
Shoji Hamada
Shoji Hamada | Small Dish (ca.1965): Stoneware, cream glaze with grey/brown poured lines across the well (h3.5cm, d18.8cm).
Hamada Shoji a monumental Bowl with poured design stoneware, matt white glaze with three bold shiny green-brown pours running from the rim into the well Diameter 17 3/4in. (45cm) Stoneware, Black White, White Clay, White Glaze, White Ceramics, Color
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Hamada Shoji a monumental Bowl with poured design stoneware, matt white glaze with three bold shiny green-brown pours running from the rim into the well Diameter 17 3/4in. (45cm)