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It is interesting to observe that Japan has about thirty potters that are considered National Treasures and as such their pieces can command a high price.

Tea bowl |  Place of origin: Mashiko, Japan (made), about 1935-1950 (made) | Artist/Maker: Hamada, Shoji, born 1894 - died 1978 (maker) | Stoneware with rust brown and mottled bluish glazes | V&A Search the Collections

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Tea bowl, stoneware with rust brown and mottled bluish glazes, made by Hamada Shoji, Japan (Mashiko), about Museum Number

Shoji Hamada Studio Mashiko Pottery Chawan Tea bowl

Shoji Hamada Studio Mashiko Pottery Chawan Tea bowl

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