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Yamada Jozan II (1897-1961) Vintage Japanese tea pot in Tokoname ware #4564 for sale

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¥20,120
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Up for sale is this "Yamada Jozan II (1897-1961) Vintage Japanese tea pot in Tokoname ware #4564" If you have any questions please contact us before buy it. No reserve.

- width: approx. 12cm (4 23⁄32in) x 8.5cm (3 11⁄32in) 

- height: approx. 6cm (2 23⁄64in)

- weight: 134g

- condition: damaged (no water leaked)

Yamada Jozan 2nd
1897-1961
male
tokoname pottery

His real name was Makoto.
He learned the potter’s wheel from Jozan I and seal engraving from Yoshiwara Kasyu, his maternal grandfather.
He learned drawing from Yoshida Kinji (pen name – Ichiha), the principal of the Tokoname pottery school, and took the pen name Futaha.
He changed his name to Kojozan in the middle of the Taisho period, then he took on the name of Jozan II after the death of Jozan I, and he fully demonstrated his traditional techniques.
Jozan II’s teapots also have engravings by celebrated calligraphy and artists.
Certified as a National Designated Technical Preservationist in 1944.

 






Tokoname ware

The Tokoname kiln has the longest history and had the largest production area among Japan's six old kilns (Tokoname, Shigaraki, Bizen, Tamba, Echizen, Seto). Its beginning dates back to the late Heian period (approx. 1100 AD), and an estimated 3000 Anagama kilns (tunnel kilns) were built in the hilly areas of the the Chita Peninsula in the Aichi Prefecture, centered at Tokoname City. Tsubo (jars), Kame (wide-mouthed bowls), and Yamajawan (mountain tea bowls) were made using these kilns. Tokoname wares made during the Heian period up to the early Edo period are referred to as "Old Tokoname."
During the latter part of the Edo period up to the Meiji period, the adoption of China's Shudei (unglazed reddish brown pottery) and European techniques led to a rapid increase in the production of Tokoname wares. "Tokoname Ware" refers to earthenwares made since ancient times in the Aichi Prefecture, centered at Tokoname. It is still a firm favorite.



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