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Wood Fired Shino Glaze Vessel by Jeff Shapiro
Located in Chicago, IL
stoneware, shino glaze, wood fired signed by artist
Category

Early 2000s Contemporary More Art

Materials

Clay, Stoneware, Glaze

Shino Glazed Porcelain Jar with Iron Inclusions, Contemporary Design, Ceramic
By Perry Haas
Located in St. Louis, MO
Perry Haas is a ceramic artist making functional pottery and focusing on wood-firing techniques. Drawing from a love for the wood-fired ceramic surface, Perry looks to anticipate the...
Category

2010s Contemporary Sculptures

Materials

Iron

Contemporary Large Ceramic Jar, Porcelain with Shino Glaze and Iron Inclusions
By Perry Haas
Located in St. Louis, MO
Perry Haas is a ceramic artist making functional pottery and focusing on wood-firing techniques. Drawing from a love for the wood-fired ceramic surface, Perry looks to anticipate the...
Category

2010s Contemporary Sculptures

Materials

Ceramic, Porcelain, Glaze

'Fire Painting, Diptych with Crawling Shino Glaze #15 & 16.11.12'
By Tony Moore
Located in New York, NY
My work is concerned with the relationship of humanity and nature. I conceive of an expanded concept of “Nature” as embodying all existence, both the seen and unseen, socio-politica...
Category

2010s Contemporary Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Ceramic, Clay, Glaze

Large Jar 04, Shino Glaze on Porcelain with Iron Inclusions, Wood Fired
By Perry Haas
Located in St. Louis, MO
Perry Haas is a ceramic artist making functional pottery and focusing on wood-firing techniques. Drawing from a love for the wood-fired ceramic surface, Perry looks to anticipate the...
Category

2010s Contemporary Sculptures

Materials

Iron

Shino Teapot by Warren MacKenzie
By Warren MacKenzie
Located in Chicago, IL
Warren MacKenzie Shino Teapot clay and glaze 8 x 8.5 x 5.25" circa 1980 stamped with the makers mark Warren MacKenzie (1924 - 2018) is recognized as a true master of 20th Century ce...
Category

1980s Contemporary Sculptures

Materials

Glaze, Clay

Japanese Shino Pottery Vase by Tamaoki Yasuo
By Tamaoki Yasuo
Located in Prahran, Victoria
Shino pottery vase in deep murasaki and white by contemporary Japanese ceramic artist Tamaoki Yasuo. The vase is an iconic representation of his style. It comes with an original paul...
Category

20th Century Japanese Ceramics

Materials

Ceramic

Museum Quality Shino platter by Warren MacKenzie
By Warren MacKenzie
Located in Chicago, IL
Warren MacKenzie Finger Swiped Shino Platter approx 3.5 x 19.75 x 19.75" Stoneware and glaze date unknown Possibly stamped under the glaze but cannot see the MA mark.
Category

1990s American Modern More Art

Materials

Stoneware, Glaze

Shino Teabowl with Box by Higashida Shigemasa (INV# NP2777)
Located in Chicago, IL
Higashida Shigemasa Shino Teabowl with Box stoneware and shino glaze 3 x 5.5 x 5.5" date unknown signed by artist
Category

2010s Contemporary More Art

Materials

Stoneware, Glaze

Sailboat Shino Jar with Drawings by Kirk Mangus
By Kirk Mangus
Located in Chicago, IL
Kirk Mangus Sailboat Shino Jar with Drawings Date Unknown Rare Kirk Mangus served as head of the ceramics program at the Kent State University School of Art from 1985 until his de...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Sculptures

Materials

Stoneware, Glaze, Underglaze

Three-Tier Contemporary Ceramic Blue Shino Cloud Side Table
By Bari Ziperstein
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Three-tier ceramic side table or stool in Blue Shino. Made to order. BZIPPY clay goods are one-of-a-kind stoneware / earthenware editions with variations in glazes depending on the...
Category

2010s American Modern Side Tables

Materials

Ceramic

Armour - manganese clay, shino glaze.
Located in North Sydney, AU
manganese clay, shino glaze. Esteemed as one of the most original and important ceramicists of her generation, Campbell Allen was awarded an Order of Australia for services to the c...
Category

2010s Contemporary Sculptures

Materials

Ceramic, Clay, Glaze

Shino Glazed Porcelain with Iron Inclusions, Wood Fired
By Perry Haas
Located in St. Louis, MO
14" x 7.5" x 7.5" Elegant shape and flawless surface
Category

2010s Contemporary Sculptures

Materials

Porcelain, Glaze

Large Moon Jar with Shino Glaze, 24 inches tall
By Perry Haas
Located in St. Louis, MO
Perry Haas' gorgeous works are created through a process of wood firing porcelain with iron inclusions and shino glaze. This spectacular work boasts an elegant curvature and subtle...
Category

2010s Contemporary Sculptures

Materials

Iron

Wood Fired Porcelain Jar with Shino Glaze and Iron Particles
By Perry Haas
Located in St. Louis, MO
shino glaze with iron inclusions, wood fired 14" x 7.5" x 7.5"
Category

2010s Contemporary Sculptures

Materials

Porcelain, Glaze

Wood Fired Porcelain with Shino Glaze and Iron Inclusions, Wood Fired
By Perry Haas
Located in St. Louis, MO
22 inches tall , beautiful surface and interior
Category

2010s Contemporary Sculptures

Materials

Iron

Small Wood Fired Porcelain Jar with Shino Glaze and Iron Inclusions
By Perry Haas
Located in St. Louis, MO
Hand crafted porcelain form by Perry Haas, Archie Bray Foundation, Helena, Montana. The iron inclusions in combination with the wood firing process are what create the beautiful sp...
Category

2010s Contemporary Sculptures

Materials

Porcelain, Glaze

Small Wood Fired Porcelain Jar with Shino Glaze and Iron Inclusions
By Perry Haas
Located in St. Louis, MO
Skillfully hand crafted porcelain jar by Perry Haas, Archie Bray Foundation, Helena, Montana.
Category

2010s Contemporary Sculptures

Materials

Porcelain, Glaze

Japanese Shino Pottery Tea Bowl for Tea Ceremony, Meiji Period, 19th Century
Located in Prahran, Victoria
Certainly a piece which will catch the eye of the avid collector, or someone who simply finds pleasure in the sight of it, it's fluid imperfection in shape only making it so much mor...
Category

Antique 19th Century Japanese Ceramics

Materials

Ceramic, Ceramic

"Droplet 1918", Contemporary, Porcelain, Sculpture, Shino Glaze, Wood Fired
By Perry Haas
Located in St. Louis, MO
Perry Haas is a ceramic artist making functional pottery and focusing on wood-firing techniques. Drawing from a love for the wood-fired ceramic surface, Perry looks to anticipate the...
Category

2010s Contemporary Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Ceramic, Clay, Porcelain, Wood, Glaze

Large Shino glaze with Finger Swipes by Warren MacKenzie
By Warren MacKenzie
Located in Chicago, IL
Large Warren MacKenzie shine glazed vase. This is a museum quality vase and stamped with his mark. It is in perfect condition. BIO- Warren MacKenzie (1924 - 2018) is recognized ...
Category

1980s Contemporary More Art

Materials

Stoneware, Glaze, Ceramic

Japanese Shino Pottery Tea Bowl
Located in Prahran, Victoria
A Japanese Shino pottery tea bowl.
Category

20th Century Japanese Ceramics

Materials

Ceramic

  • Japanese Shino Pottery Tea Bowl
  • Japanese Shino Pottery Tea Bowl
  • Japanese Shino Pottery Tea Bowl
  • Japanese Shino Pottery Tea Bowl
H 3.55 in. Dm 4.73 in.
Warren MacKenzie Four Sided Shino Button Box
By Warren MacKenzie
Located in Concord, MA
Warren MacKenzie (born 1924) Four-sided Shino Button box, n.d. Stoneware Measures:5 x 4 ½ x 4 ½ inches Artist’s stamp at base: M. MacKenzie's defining moment leading to his ...
Category

Early 2000s American Arts and Crafts Pottery

Materials

Pottery, Stoneware

Shino Glaze For Sale on 1stDibs

On 1stDibs, you can find the most appropriate shino glaze for your needs in our varied inventory. You can easily find an example made in the Modern style, while we also have 1 Modern versions to choose from as well. Finding the perfect shino glaze may mean sifting through those created during different time periods — you can find an early version that dates to the 20th Century and a newer variation that were made as recently as the 21st Century. If you’re looking to add a shino glaze to create new energy in an otherwise neutral space in your home, you can find a work on 1stDibs that features elements of brown, gray, beige and protectString (more). There have been many interesting shino glaze examples over the years, but those made by Perry Haas, Warren MacKenzie, Kirk Mangus and Tony Moore are often thought to be among the most thought-provoking. Artworks like these — often created in ceramic, glaze and clay — can elevate any room of your home.

How Much is a Shino Glaze?

The price for a shino glaze in our collection starts at $400 and tops out at $4,650 with the average selling for $2,725.