SHOJI HAMADA MONGAMA Japanese Mashiko pottery TETSUE covered pot with box. Description Shoji Hamada was one of the leading ceramic artists of modern Japan. Born in Tokyo in 1894, from his teen years he wanted to become a potter.
Around 1920 he traveled to England with Bernard Leach and started his activities there as a potter. After returning to Japan, he wanted to live in the countryside and moved to Mashiko in 1924. In 1955, he was designated as the 1st Preserver of Important Intangible Cultural Properties (Living National Treasure) and in 1968, he got to be the third potter to be awarded the Order of Culture. The ceramic works exhibited by me are mainly examples of craft works such as Mashiko ware.
This work of Hamada Shoji is a popular product. All processes are not produced by Shoji Hamada. This is HAMADA SHOJi directing the design, It is a work made with his son Shinsaku Hamada and his disciples.
All works are guaranteed authentic items. MAKER:Shoji Hamada MONGAMA TYPEPottery of Mashikoyaki. SIZEWidth 5 1/2inch(14cm) Height 3 3/4inch(12cm) CONDITIONThis covered pot is in Very good condition. There is dirt on the box Make sure in the photo please. These charges are the buyers responsibility.We do not mark merchandise values below value or mark items as gifts. The item "SHOJI HAMADA MONGAMA Japanese Mashiko pottery TETSUE covered pot with box" is in sale since Thursday, February 27, 2020. This item is in the category "Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Bowls".
The seller is "nobu0000" and is located in Tokyo. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, Australia.