DJ7: Japanese Tea Bowl of Seto Ware, Yuteki Tenmoku by Eichi Kato

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  • Item Category: Ethnic, Folk & Native American Art
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  • Sold Date: May 19, 2013
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DJ7: Japanese Tea Bowl of Seto Ware, Yuteki Tenmoku by Eichi Kato

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Japanese Tea Bowl of Seto Ware, Oil drop pattern glaze, Yuteki Tenmoku


Completely New


Kato Eichi


Dia. max. 4.3"(11.0 cm) x 3.2"(8.2 cm)

Description of item

This is a tea bowl of Japanese Seto Ware, which is made by a famous potter, Katoh Eichi. Black glaze coveres the white pottery.

His signature (2 lines) is written on the bottom.

Seto ware is the pottery made in Seto city and nearby areas of modern Aichi prefecture. The Seto area was the center of pottery manufacture in the Kamakura period; Ko-seto (old seto) designates pieces made at this time. At the end of the Muromachi period the center of the pottery manufacture moved to nearby Mino. At that time, wares made in the area from Seto to Mino were called setoyaki. In the early Edo period, some pottery manufacture moved back to Seto. In 1822,

Kato Tamikichi (1722-1824) introduced sometsuke
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