negoro tea container, yakkki/chakki type, momoyama period ex-coll. kirbach-Kress. Ref: Negoro: efflorescence of Medieval Japanese Lacquerware at the Miho Museum
e-karatsu tea bowl, design of reeds and grasses. . iron brown underglaze some kairagi at the base. This bowl was made in kyushu (southern japan) by a korean potter. late 16c.
kairagi at the bse painting.ex -german collection
Korai Katade tea (Korea), choson dynasty, 16c, fitted box signed by Kawakami Sosetsu, 9th Grand Master of the Edo Senke tea school. D. 14,4cm, ex german collection, publisshed in Momoyama Keramik 2011.
Oshiki Negoro serving tray with angled corners. Muromachi period
Bamboo vase (Hanaire) signed in ink Ryoan kashi Ki and Kao.Made by Kishuso (1616 - 1696). Kishuso was a monk and tea master in the Daishu-an subtemple of Ryoanji in Kyoto. He studied under the famous tea master Sen Sotan.
A Jianyao tea bowl with hare's fur marking. Song dynasty. D. 12,2. Ex coll. Dr. A. Förster. Vienna
Negoro lacquer Tenmoku-Dai (Teabowl stand), 16. century, 6,3 12,5
A splash-decorated glazed Cizhou stoneware bo bowl with three russet splashes on bluish black glaze. Henan. North China. Jin dynasty. 12th-13th century. D. 18cm. H. 9cm.