Japanese Ceramics/ Nobuyashu ware - Unglazed Nerikomi Kneading Chawan / Tea Bowl

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Seller: artasia (87) 100%, Location: Toronto, Ontario, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 283153347095 Welcome to our page! This is a bidding/sale on Nobuyashu ware - Unglazed Nerikomi Kneading Chawan Condition: Used Details: Nerikomi (練り込み , lit. "kneading") is an artistic technique for creating Japanese pottery agateware. The name derives from the traditional technique of creating patterns with colored clay. The technique is also called neriage (練上げ). Nerikomi is a contemporary Japanese term. Marbling ceramic techniques were used in Egypt and China and through the Romans to the West. Early ceramics in the Stoke-on-Trent use more than one colour of clay for decorative effect. In England this was referred to as agateware. In Japan there are a few pieces from the Momoyama period, and Edo period, as well as Mingei and there was an explosion of it from about 1978–1995 due probably to Aida Yusuke's advertising and to Matsui Kousei who refers to his work as neriage. Normal 0 false false false EN-US ZH-CN X-NONE

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