Mishima Inlay Technique

Collection by Sally Adamson

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Lorna Meaden, lots of small soda fired cups with mishima technique

Lorna Meaden, lots of small soda fired cups with mishima technique

Harrison McIntosh Platter, 1975 Glazed, cone 5 stoneware with mishima lines Collection of Catherine McIntosh

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Julia Galloway- crazy that I met this awesome lady!

utilitarian pottery ::: AKAR 2010

drawmein by michelle.summers, How to make the bottom? Creative Design, Pottery Sculpture, Ceramic Sculpture, Ceramics, Clay, Mishima


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Ayumi Horie mug

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e-karatsu bowl with underglaze iron decoration Approximately D4.25"x H2.1" Wood-fired stoneware Made in Saga, Japan by Mike Martino

Tea bowl in hori-mishima style, Kyushu-related kiln Edo period Stoneware with white slip under clear glaze; gold lacquer repairs H: W: cm Japan

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Chawan from Edo Period Edo Period chawan with calendar motif

Japanese Pottery - Mishima Wares

Japanese Pottery - History of Mishima Wares

Collaboration: Ayumi Horie ceramic salt cellars with hand-turned cherry wood lids by Josh Vogel.

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This past February, potter Bill Geisinger drove me to the rustic and eclectic town of Guerneville along the Russian river in Sonoma County in Northern California. During our car ride there, Bill related to me the logging history of Guerneville, the Bohemian Club, and its controversial grove retreat nearby, and soon, I found myself surrounded…Continue reading →

Participants will learn a large range of techniques for decorating on bisqueware and greenware, including mishima, sgraffito, shellac resist, and general use of slips and engobes

Molly Hatch - porcelain with inscribed mishima design and red underglaze flowers

Hottest Pics japanese Ceramics exhibitions Popular Korean Style in Japanese Ceramics Fresh water jar in the shape of a bucket, Japan, Kyoto;

Open F|S: Freshwater jar in the shape of a bucket with Mishima inlay

The Freer Gallery of Art and the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery are the Smithsonian's museums of Asian art.

Mishima With Blossoms ,Beverley Carter

Beverly Carter Handcrafted Pottery

Beverly Carter Handcrafted Pottery

Takeryo Kawaguchi


Takeryo Kawaguchi

My Life in Clay: Mishima, glazed!

Mishima, glazed!

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