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Ono Kotaro

Japanese Contemporary Celadon Ceramic Bowl by Ono Kotaro
By Ono Kotaro
Located in Atlanta, GA
A ceramic bowl with celadon glaze by Japanese potter Ono Kotaro (Japanese, b. 1953). Named
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Ono Kotaro Seihakuji Glazed Vase, Heisei Era, circa 2000
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A subtle and finely potted seihakuji glazed vase by Japanese contemporary ceramicist Ono Kotaro (b
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Late 20th Century Japanese Ceramics

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Porcelain, Cedar

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With their rich and diverse history, antique, new and vintage Asian ceramics offer colorful and sophisticated ways to add flair to any space.

Japanese pottery dates back at least 13,000 years to the Jōmon period. Pieces from the Late Jōmon era display a rope-cord pattern encircling a pot or jug. During the Muromachi period, potters created simple bowls and utensils frequently used in tea ceremonies and were made as both functional and aesthetic objects.

Ceramics made during Japan’s Meiji period, from 1868 to 1912, reflected an explosion of artistic expression propelled by new access to international trade. Details became more intricate and refined, and colors were enhanced with new glazing practices.

Chinese porcelain, meanwhile, is often identified by its shape. Each reign and dynasty had specific shapes and styles that were encouraged by the imperial ruler. During the Song dynasty, for instance, there were four dominant types of ceramic vase shapes: plum-shaped, pear-shaped, cong-shaped (tall and square) and double-gourd.

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