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An intact Kashan pottery Albarello Central Iran, Century. (Of typical form with slightly flaring walls on short ring foot, with short neck and rounded lip, the decoration with cobalt-blue lines on white ground, with old inventory number to foot)

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JP: Blue and white Pharmacy Jar, early century, Florence - been thinking about decorative images to embellish the antler teapots.

Shamai Sam Gibsh

Love the color: warm white with rust and gray blue Shamai Gibsh. This made in plaster and painted.

Oil bottle, Goryeo dynasty (918–1392), late 12th century Korea. Stoneware with reverse inlaid decoration of peonies under celadon glaze.

Oil bottle, Goryeo dynasty late century Korea Stoneware with reverse inlaid decoration of peonies under celadon glaze

Albe designed by Dragosmotica for UBIKUBI. A mushroom inspired collection of homeware kitchen containers made of porcelain, cork, and beech wood.

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Inside a mold with porcelain slip dotted from a squeezy bottle? on top of a stoneware piece

in love, blue bird japanese tea cups

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Colorful stack of bowls <3

These handy little bowls have many uses. You could use them as prep bowls in the kitchen, jewelry holders, sauce dippers, etc. Each one is approximately 4 x 1 and is food/ dishwasher safe. Please allow 3 to 6 weeks for these bowls to ship.

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Sebastian Moh of Louisville, Kentucky created this red dots teabowl from wheel-thrown porcelain. Moh was a 2013 Ceramics Monthly Emerging Artist.

Motohiko Katano (1889-1975), a painter turned dyer, created a body of sublime shibori work using indigo and other natural dyes

Shibori Master Katano Motohiko Katano a painter turned dyer, created a body of sublime shibori work using indigo and other natural dyes. Guided by Soetsu Yanagi and Kanjiro Kawai, lead…

Mayumi Yamashita  |  Variations of her 'Eve' teapot, with fluted incisions for decoration.

TeaBag Toss - place three teapots on a table. Guests stand at a pre-set distance from the table and try tossing 5 teabags into the pots. The one with the most points wins.

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