Up for sale is this "Nakagawa Jinenbo (1953-2011) Vintage drinking cup in Karatsu pottery #4209" If you have any questions please contact us before buy it. No reserve.
- width: approx. 9.6cm (3 25⁄32in)
- height: approx. 5.8cm (2 9⁄32in)
- weight: 142g (gross 248g)
From Genkai, Hizen. Became a student of Inoue Toya, who makes Karatsu ware, in 1977. Set up independently in 1982 and set up a waritake-style multi-chambered climbing kiln in Genkai. Later became a student of Tanaka Sajiro of Sajirogama Kiln for Karatsu ware. Focuses on solo exhibitions and has held them in Shibuya Kuroda Pottery and Shinjuku Odakyu. Mainly makes tea bowls in speckled, Korean, blue, and hakeme (with a brush-mark pattern) Karatsu ware through the knocking method, together with the potter’s wheel.
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