Up for sale is this "Yamada Kazu (1954- ) Echizen pottery sake cup #4565" If you have any questions please contact us before buy it. No reserve.
- width: approx. 7cm (2 3⁄4in)
- height: approx. 4.6cm (1 13⁄16in)
- weight: 106g (gross 198g)
Yamada Kazu 山田和
Born into an environment in which his father was Yamada Kenkichi, the intangible cultural property designated by Tokoname, Aichi, and his uncle was the 3rd generation Yamada Jozan, the national designated important intangible cultural asset (living national treasure). Pursued the life of a potter.
After graduating from university in 1976, started a kiln in Echizen Pottery Village and thrived, hosting his first tea bowl exhibition under the guidance of Kato Tokuro in 1980.
Started a cellar kiln in Germany in 1988 and produced works. Continues to thrive by holding private exhibitions from time to time in Japan.
Works are not limited to Tokoname ware, as they include Shino ware, Oribe ware, and Shigaraki ware.
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