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Yamaguchi Tsutomu (1934- ) Mashiko ware tea bowl #3581 for sale

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¥19,800
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 Product Description

Up for sale is this " Yamaguchi Tsutomu (1934- ) Mashiko ware tea bowl #3581" If you have any questions please contact us before buy it. No reserve.

- width: approx. 13cm (5 1/8in)

- height: approx. 8.7cm (3 27/64in)

- weight: 369g (gross659g)

Mashiko ware
It is generally agreed upon that Mashiko ware originated towards the end of the Edo period, in the year 1853 (Kaei 6). It was then that Keisaburo Otsuka, having learned the art of pottery in the city of Kasama, Ibaraki, traveled from what is now the town of Motegi, Tochigi to the town of Mashiko, where he discovered potter's clay and first lit his kiln.
The pottery industry continued to develop through the Meiji period, taking advantage of the bounties of the land to achieve Kanto-wide distribution of its wares. Around the same time, teapots decorated with simple landscape paintings were first created, and would go on to be produced in great numbers. Those teapots would later receive high praise from Hamada Shoji. However, towards the end of the Meiji period, as Tokyo (a major consumer of wares) modernized, the lifestyles of its residents began to change. This, combined with the rise of high-quality Kyo ware and the proliferation of rival Kasama ware, had a significant impact on Mashiko ware. This marked the beginning of a dark age for Mashiko.
After the Great Kanto Earthquake of 1923 (Taisho 12) struck Tokyo, Mashiko, which had been on the decline, received a new lease on life, thanks to the favorable economic conditions brought about by the earthquake. In the following year, Hamada Shoji, a master of the folk-art movement, established a pottery studio in Mashiko.
Awareness of Mashiko ware spread in concert with Hamada Shoji's fame. Finally, in 1955 (Showa 30), Hamada accepted a designation as a Living National Treasure for his exploits in the realm of folk pottery. Mashiko ware became known worldwide, and so the town of Mashiko came to achieve its current status and popularity among the general public.




To customers buying tableware,

Our products are mostly secondhand goods. We sell them in the same condition in which they were purchased, so please be sure to wash them thoroughly before actually using them.

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Payment
Secure payments by PayPal.

Shipping
+ Free shipping on all items. ※exclude South America and Africa
+ 5% combine discount - If you buy two or more items, we will send you an rebate via PayPal.
+ We will via EMS (with a tracking number and insurance) and mark the package as a personal-use gift.
+ We only ship it to countries that accept EMS and addresses that PayPal accepts.
+ We will ship within 3 business days. Shipping time is usually around 2 weeks.
+ France - Please inform us of your digicode or phone number when you buy it.
+ South America and Africa - Sorry, but an extra shipping cost is required. Please contact us before make your payment.
+ We usually use corrugated cardboard box and Bubble Wrap for safe package.

Invoice
We will write the sales price on an invoice unless you contact us. Please let us know if you have any requests.

If items lost or broken
Please understand that delay, return, damage or loss due to customs or post office handling is not under our control.
EMS is insured, the price on an invoice equals the amount of coverage.

Return Policy
We accept returned items only if you contact us within 30 days after you receive the items. Return-shipping costs are the buyer’s responsibility. When the items arrive at our office, we will refund you ASAP after checking the item's condition. 20% restocking fee may apply.

International Buyers
Import duties, taxes and charges are not included in the item price or shipping charges. Our apologies, if the custom tax is necessary in your country, it will be your payment. These charges are the buyer's responsibility. Please check with your country's customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to bidding or buying. Tax and customs charges are normally collected by the delivery company or paid when you pick the item up. Please don't confuse these charges for additional shipping charges.

Attention
Please be sure to view photographs carefully in order to avoid errors. Many of the items we sell are vintage so please understand that they will not all be in perfect condition. Our goal is for your buying experience to be a pleasure. If there are any problems, please email us before leaving feedback as anything can be resolved with communication.

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