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11 objects tea bowl
F1898.90

Mino ware tea bowl

https://asia.si.edu/object/F1898.90

Buff clay, reddish brown on part of surface on one side. String-cutting mark visible on trimmed foot rim. Yellow ash glaze, appearing olive-green where thick, stained brown in crackles, ending in beads. Inside of foot rim unglazed. On inside wall, single brown streak of iron; in bottom, pool of dark green glaze with opaque bluish …

F1898.465

Mino ware tea bowl

https://asia.si.edu/object/F1898.465

Buff clay. Foot trimmed in Jian-ware style. Ash glaze applied over iron slip, appearing golden brown edged with blackish brown; both glaze and slip ending evenly, well above foot; pool of blackish brown in bottom.

F1900.53

Seto or Mino ware tea bowl

https://asia.si.edu/object/F1900.53

Buff clay concealed by iron wash. Foot trimmed in squared Jian-ware style. Dark brown iron glaze splashed with ash glaze, producing medium and golden brown spots; glaze ends evenly, well above foot. Foot unglazed. Gold lacquer and relief-sprinkled design (takamakie) lacquer repairs.

F1901.49

Tea bowl

https://asia.si.edu/object/F1901.49

Fine-grained, buff clay. Ash glaze with large irregular crackle, appearing pale yellow-green where thin, olive-green where thicker or pooled in bottom. Foot completely glazed, with circular scar from clay firing ring.

F1902.66

Individual serving bowl in style of Yellow Seto ware

https://asia.si.edu/object/F1902.66

Individual serving bowl. Clay: hard, ringing, grayish. Glaze: yellow over cream; thin overflows of brownish-olive. Underfired iron-ash glaze. On base, scar of clay ring used for stacking.

F1904.327

Seto ware tea bowl

https://asia.si.edu/object/F1904.327

Fine-grained, buff clay, stained brown in bottom and lower sides. Ash glaze with large irregular crackle, appearing pale yellow-green where thin, olive-green were thicker or pooled in bottom. Foot completely glazed, with irregularly shaped circular scar from clay firing ring. Lacquer repairs on trim.

F1912.95

Tenmoku tea bowl

https://asia.si.edu/object/F1912.95

Buff clay concealed by iron wash. Ash glaze applied over overall iron slip, appearing opaque yellow-brown speckled with dark brown, ending evenly slightly below midline of body. Metal rim; brown lacquer repairs.

FSC-P-1707

Fragment of a tea bowl

https://asia.si.edu/object/FSC-P-1707

Fragment of a temmoku tea bowl (lower wall). Clay: buff stoneware. Glaze: dark brown-black iron glaze.

FSC-P-1708

Fragment of a tenmoku tea bowl

https://asia.si.edu/object/FSC-P-1708

Fragment of a temmoku tea bowl (section of the lower wall). Clay: buff stoneware. Glaze; brown iron glaze, beading.

FSC-P-1721

Tenmoku tea bowl, fragment

https://asia.si.edu/object/FSC-P-1721

Tea bowl fragment, type from late Ogama kiln, cheracterized by foot rim. Clay: light grey stoneware. Glaze: temmoku.