Tea bowl made by Okuda Yasuhiro (Kagura kiln), with an Enso by Shimizu Kosho. 

 

Okuda Yasuhiro (1920-1999), was born in Shigaraki. 1938 After graduating from Shigaraki Ceramic Institute he entered the the workshop of Katsumi Kozan II. in Kyoto and study Kyomizu ware. Until 1959 when he built his first own kiln in Urata, Ise Prefecture he worked with Hamada Shoji, starting in 1942 and Kwai Kanjiro, starting in 1949. In 1956 Okuda Yasuhiro also worked with Bernard Leach. His second kiln, the Kagura kiln he built in 1971 at the foot of Mount Asama, Mie Prefecture.

 

Shimizu Kosho (1911-1999) and

Okuda Yasuhiro (1920-1999)

Teabowl

Height 10 cm (4 in.)

Diam. 11.5 cm (4 1/2 in.)

Original box (tomobako)

Shimizu Kosho | Tea bowl

SKU: 2035
$720.00Price
Bachmann Eckenstein