Yu Fujiwara

Bizen Sake Cup with Kintsugi

Late 20th Century

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Description

Bizen stoneware has been made in the Okayama Prefecture since the 12th century. Bizen is an unglazed stoneware usually fired with red pine wood. Yu Fujiwara was the fourth Bizen stoneware potter to be named a National Living Treasure in 1996.

  • Yu Fujiwara (Japanese, 1932-2001).
  • Stoneware sake cup which has been repaired with gold using the kintsugi technique.
  • Potters mark to exterior.
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Cup has been repaired with kintsugi.


Dimensions
Height: 2.25 inches / 5.71 cm
Diameter: 2.5 inches / 6.35 cm
Materials
Stoneware
Decorative Style
Asian Decorative Arts
Country of Origin
Japan
SKU

BWZSZ

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