Japanese Ceramic Teapots


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19 oz Large 7 pc Japanese Black Ceramic & Bamboo Teapot Set with 6 Mugs/Cups by American Chateau

  • 7 Piece Japanese-Style Tea Set
  • Wooden Gift Crate
  • 19 oz Teapot (6" x 4.5" x 4.25") & 3 oz Cups (2.75" x 2.5")

$29.99

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7 Piece Japanese-Style Tea Set; Black with Brown Band and Green Leaves Design; Rustic Finish; 19 oz Teapot (6" x 4 1/2" x 4 1/4") & 3 oz Cups (2 3/4" x 2 1/2"); Wooden Gift Crate

Atlantic Collectibles Japanese Cherry Blossom 20oz Ceramic Tea Pot and Cups Set Serves 4 People (Blue Trinity) by Gifts & Decors

  • This set is Japanese designed and Made in a state of the art...
  • Dishwasher Safe (remove wooden handle)
  • Whether you are fixing to share a pot of tea with your best friend...

$26.99

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Whether you are fixing to share a pot of tea with your best friend or looking for an exotic classy decoration for your home, this tea pot set will be a perfect choice!!!


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Tokoname Master Craftsman - Hokujo (Genji Shimizu)

Photos: http://goo. gl/k4EMgi Genji Shimizu (artist name Hokujoh) Full member of the Japan Arts Crafts Association Master of traditional Crafts.

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Japanese Handcrafted Cherry Blossom 6pc Tea Gift Set by Buy.com (dba Rakuten.com Shopping)

This stunning hand crafted ceramic Tea Set is the perfect companion for enjoying tea and great for home decor. It comes in a beautiful box for a perfect gift. It is also microwavable and dishwasher friendly. Includes: 5 Tea Cups, 1 Teapot With Stainless Steel Filter, Gift Box. Teapot: 500 ml or 17, oz, Diameter 4.1, Height 4.7. Tea Cup: 180 ml or 6 oz, Diameter 3.1, Height 2.6. Gift Box: 10.3 x 8.0 x 4.1. A BRIEF HISTORY OF CERAMIC TEA POTS. . The first tea pot originated in China around 960-1279 A.D. during the Song Dynasty. Clay tea pots were fired in kilns without a glaze and used for oolong teas. The porous tea pot gradually took on the flavor of the tea which was used to enhance the flavor of tea brewed inside. During this time the first ceramic tea pots were produced and made their way from China to Europe in the 17th century. The traditional design of ceramic tea pots is still a popular style in tea sets today. 10 BENEFITS OF DRINKING TEA. . 1. Tea contains antioxidants. 2. Tea has le

$70.54

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  • Trinket box an early 1900s Coney Island souvenir

    07/25/15 ,via Press of Atlantic City

    "Made in Japan" and "A.C. Bosselman & Co." are printed on its The company's souvenir merchandise included glass pictorial paperweights, shot glasses and ceramic items as well as metal trays, plates, spoons and trinket boxes related to such

  • "Crafting a Continuum" is a Glorious Shopper's Hell

    07/21/15 ,via Houston Press

    Houston is the last tour stop for this exhibition, organized by the Arizona State University Art Museum and Ceramics Research Center in the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts. All the pieces are drawn from what is clearly a marvelous ASU

  • Australian Woodfire: Curator's Choice is diverse

    07/24/15 ,via Sydney Morning Herald

    The Japanese in their reverence for the unexpected and accidental effects of wood-fired ceramics have aided us in seeing the very special nature of these surfaces. This aesthetic reveals itself in tea bowls used for the Japanese tea ceremony. Special

Recipes

  • Japanese Onion Soup

    mushrooms, beef bouillon granules, carrot, celery, chicken broth, ginger, onions, water

Books

  • Japanese teapots

    Kodansha America. 1981. 65 pages.
  • Japanese and Oriental Ceramics

    Tuttle Publishing. 2013. ISBN: 9781462903856,1462903851. 337 pages.

    Japanese and Oriental Ceramics was first published in print form by Tuttle Publishing in 1971. This comprehensive and profusely illustrated work tells how to distinguish Japanese porcelains from Chinese, and how to recognize modern reproductions of genuine old wares. It is completely indexed, contains a lengthy bibliography, and lists Chinese dates important in any discussion of Oriental ceramics. Crammed with information on the history, esthetics, and technical aspects of the ceramics of Japan and the Orient, the book is an invaluable guide to scholars, collectors and dealers. It is in fact a work of art in itself.

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  • AT THE GALLERY: I spy with my little eye ... art that appeals to kids

    Characters from Storm Boy and Alice in Wonderland appear in works, as does Dame Edna Everage as a ceramic teapot. One of the most popular ... and regional galleries all over the country, and in Japanese, American and UK collections. Now in the 21st century ...

  • Australian Woodfire: Curator's Choice is diverse

    07/24/15 ,via Sydney Morning Herald

    teapots, vases and platters, there are many free form sculptures that lend themselves to the more extreme fired effects of texture and encrustation. The Japanese in their reverence for the unexpected and accidental effects of wood-fired ceramics have aided ...

  • Landmark Exhibition at MFA Boston Explores Asian Influence on the Colonial Americas

    07/17/15 ,via Art Fix Daily

    include folding screens made in Mexico (that imitate Japanese and Chinese screens), blue-and-white talavera ceramics (copied from Chinese porcelain) and luxuriously woven textiles (made to replicate fine silks and cottons from China and India). These works ...

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Japanese Porcelain Teapot Small blue and white porcelain teapot with a dragon and wooden bamboo handle. This three toed dragon is shown flying among clouds as it chases a flaming pearl. More info: www.silkroadcollection.com/vb9047x-japanese-porcelain-tea...
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Vintage Dragonware Porcelain Teapot Early 20th century Japanese dragonware porcelain teapot. The piece was molded with one dragon winding up the side and onto the lid where the dragon head becomes to finial. A second dragon forms the handle and spout. It is hand-painted brown with gold and white accents and three brightly colored figures and the side. No cracks and one small paint chip at the bottom of the spout where it is not visible during use. Asian Decor: Satsuma Dragonware Porcelain Teapot from Kyoto, Japan More info: www.silkroadcollection.com/vb9012x-porcelain-dragonware-t...
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