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Teapot  Artist: Takeshi Omura After graduating from the Arts & Sciences and Ceramics program at Tajimi Technical High school, Takeshi Omura studied under well known potter, Keisuke Iwata. In 2007, after several years producing his work at "Studio MAVO" in Tajimi, Omura returned to Fukuoka where he set up his own kiln.

Teapot Artist: Takeshi Omura After graduating from the Arts & Sciences and…

Teapot by Yasuko Ozeki  Japanese potter Yasuko Ozeki produces wheel thrown tableware and vessels at her workshop in Seto City. Ozeki uses a variety of traditional techniques to create the linear decoration that is a common feature of her work.

Teapot by Yasuko Ozeki Japanese potter Yasuko Ozeki produces wheel thrown tableware and vessels at her workshop in Seto City. Ozeki uses a variety of traditional techniques to create the linear decoration that is a common feature of her work.

"Find yourself a cup of tea, the teapot is behind you. Now tell me about hundreds of things."  — Saki (The Complete Saki)

"Find yourself a cup of tea, the teapot is behind you. Now tell me about hundreds of things." — Saki (The Complete Saki)

source : oen shop (kazunori ohnaka) _ collection poterie céramique japonaise théière brut (ceramic teapot)

source : oen shop (kazunori ohnaka) _ collection poterie céramique japonaise théière brut (ceramic teapot)

cactus tea pot

I love cacti, I love tea.: Ceramic Cactus Teapot with flowers - Stoneware (grès) Teapot.

Pattern

Shoshona Snow Ceramics - underglaze has been scratched away

takeshi omura ceramics                                                                                                                                                      Mais

Japanese ceramics and utensils handcrafted by artisans. Our gallery shop is based in Nagoya, Japan. Our online shop ships to countries worldwide.

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