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Shakunaga Yukio (1954- ) Vintage etchu-seto pottery teabowl #4577 for sale

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Up for sale is this "Shakunaga Yukio (1954- ) Vintage etchu-seto pottery teabowl #4577" If you have any questions please contact us before buy it. No reserve.

- width: approx. 12.6cm (4 61⁄64in)

- height: approx. 8.8cm (3 15⁄32in)

- weight: 421g (w/ box 743g)



Shakunaga Yukio
1954-
male
etchu-seto pottery

He inherited Shoraku Kiln, a pottery factory in Etchu Seto pottery. In 1976, he received training from Hayashiya Seizo and studied under Kaneshige Taizan, and since 1977, he has held annual solo exhibitions at the Toyama Art Club. After visiting Europe, he went to Korea for two years from 1985, where he produced powder glazed pottery and Buncheong ware in Icheon and Mungyeong, Korea. His works are mainly Tenmoku, Kizeto and celadon. He has exhibited his works in New York, Milan, Taipei, and Hungary.
On April 11, 1994, while on a trip to Kyoto, Steve Jobs and his wife (then president of NextSoftware) met and hit it off with Sakenaga Yukio’s work, which was on display at the gallery.
Later, Steve Jobs had Shakunaga create the prototype for icons such as the iPod, which he developed upon his return to Apple in 1995.
Their correspondence continued for the next 10 years, until Jobs fell ill.



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