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Kettle (shinnari furogama), named Hamamatsu 真形

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At A Glance

  • Period

    1979-2009
  • Geography

    Japan
  • Material

    Cast iron, bronze
  • Dimension

    H x Diam (kettle and lid): 20 × 20 cm (7 7/8 × 7 7/8 in)
  • Accession Number

    FSC-M-93a-k
  • EDAN ID

    edanmdm:fsg_FSC-M-93a-k

Object Details

  • Artist

    Takahashi Keiten 高橋敬典 (1920-2009)
  • Description

    Cast iron kettle (chagama) of traditional shape decorated with a motif of pine trees on a shoreline, flat lid with rounded and pierced knob.
  • Provenance

    To 1982
    Masudaya, Akasaka, Tokyo [1]
    From 1982 to 2019
    Gregory Kinsey, Lynn Haven, FL, purchased from Masudaya on October 8, 1982 [2]
    From 2019
    Freer Study Collection, gift of Gregory Kinsey, Lynn Haven, FL [3]
    Notes:
    [1] See purchase receipt, object file, Collections Management.
    [2] See note 1.
    [3] See Deed of Gift, object file, Collections Management.
  • Collection

    Freer Study Collection
  • Previous custodian or owner

    Masudaya 益田屋
    Gregory Kinsey
  • Origin

    Japan
  • Credit Line

    The Kinsey Chanoyu Collection, Gift of Gregory Kinsey
  • Type

    Vessel
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