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Shoji Hamada

1894-1978

Shoji Hamada, Designated as a Living National Treasure in 1955, was famed for his return to folk crafts (mingei), establishing the small town of Mashiko as a center of pottery. Hamada espoused simplicity of form in his works, particularly notable in his sugar cane motifs. Hamada strived to reach a style and feeling of innocence through his craft.

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$1,645
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Shoji Hamada Glazed Finger Wipe Yunomi Tea Cup with Original Signed Sealed Box
By Shoji Hamada
Located in Studio City, CA
An exquisite, beautifully glazed yunomi tea cup by master Japanese potter Shoji Hamada featuring Hamada's famous diagonal finger wipe technique and a glossy dark celadon Oribe rice a...
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Mid-20th Century Japanese Showa Shoji Hamada

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Stoneware

Shoji Hamada Mingei Kakiyu Kaki Glaze Vase with Original Signed Sealed Box
By Shoji Hamada
Located in Studio City, CA
An exquisite, beautifully crafted, and designed gourd vase by master Japanese potter Shoji Hamada, which features a fine example of his famed rich Kaki or persimmon glaze. The origin...
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Mid-20th Century Japanese Showa Shoji Hamada

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Stoneware

Japanese Mingei Glazed Tea Pot with Kintsugi by Shoji Hamada
By Shoji Hamada
Located in Atlanta, GA
A Japanese stoneware tea pot by Hamada Shoji (Japanese 1894-1978) circa 1960-80s. The teapot is of the classic form and of a strong style of Mingei (folk art(. It was covered in a th...
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20th Century Japanese Modern Shoji Hamada

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Ceramic

Shoji Hamada Mingei Mashiko Pottery Large Black Glaze Plate Bowl with Noted Box
By Shoji Hamada
Located in Studio City, CA
An exquisite, beautifully crafted, black glazed plate by master Japanese potter Shoji Hamada. This is likely an early work based on the notation and the script on the box lid (see tr...
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1940s Japanese Showa Vintage Shoji Hamada

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Stoneware

Shoji Hamada Japanese Earth-Toned Glazed Vase with Original Signed Sealed Box
By Shoji Hamada
Located in Studio City, CA
An exquisite, beautiful flower vase by master Japanese potter Shoji Hamada featuring an example of his popular two-color, sumptuous earth-toned glaze - an early Mashiko-yaki work by ...
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Early 20th Century Japanese Showa Shoji Hamada

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Stoneware

Shoji Hamada Japanese Glazed Handcrafted Plate with Original Signed Sealed Box
By Shoji Hamada
Located in Studio City, CA
An exquisite, unique plate by master Japanese potter Shoji Hamada, a fine early example of his iron pigment brushed and glazed bamboo hakeme motif. The original Hamada stamped or sea...
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Early 20th Century Japanese Showa Shoji Hamada

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Stoneware

Shoji Hamada Japanese Glazed Tetsue Hakeme Vase with Original Signed Sealed Box
By Shoji Hamada
Located in Studio City, CA
An exquisite, unique piece by master Japanese potter Shoji Hamada - a fine example of his oxide brushed bamboo hakeme motif. The original Hamada stamped/sealed and signed box is incl...
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Mid-20th Century Japanese Showa Shoji Hamada

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Stoneware

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Shoji Hamada furniture for sale on 1stDibs

Furniture from Shoji Hamada is available for sale on 1stDibs. These distinctive objects are often made of ceramics and are designed with extraordinary care. There are many options in our Shoji Hamada collection of furniture, although gray editions of this piece are particularly popular.. In-stock we have 6 vintage editions of these items, while there is also 0 modern edition to choose from. Many of the original furniture by Shoji Hamada were created in Japan during the 20th century in the Mid-Century Modern style. If you are looking for additional options, many customers also consider furniture by Junichiro Sekino, Fujiwara Yu and Tatsuzo Shimaoka. Prices for Shoji Hamada furniture can vary depending on size, time period and other attributes. 1stDibs's price starts at US$1,950 and tops out at US$10,000, while pieces like these can sell for US$2,875.

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