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HAMADA SHŌJI (1894–1978), A STONEWARE ALBARELLO VASE | SHOWA PERIOD, 20TH CENTURY

HAMADA SHŌJI (1894–1978), A STONEWARE ALBARELLO VASE | SHOWA PERIOD, 20TH CENTURY

HAMADA SHŌJI (1894–1978), A STONEWARE ALBARELLO VASE | SHOWA PERIOD, 20TH CENTURY

HAMADA SHŌJI (1894–1978)

SHOWA PERIOD, 20TH CENTURY

A STONEWARE ALBARELLO VASE


the stoneware vase of red clay body, brown glaze and hakeme white glaze depicting abstract grass and reed design, circa 1960

22 cm., 8¾ in. high


Please note: Condition 11 of the Conditions of Business for Buyers (Online Only) is not applicable to this lot.


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Some firing cracks and cracks to the neck and shoulder, and contemporaneous repairs to neck rim.


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This vase was made in the 1960's by Hamada as a demonstration piece at the University of Southern California.