Keywords: Oribe style ware

6 objects
F1911.395a-b

Tea caddy, Oribe type

https://asia.si.edu/object/F1911.395a-b

Light brown clay with brown flecks. String-cut base. Decoration of cross hatching pattern carefully incised or possibly impressed on drum-shaped lower body. Thin, mottled iron-ash glaze, wiped off irregularly well above foot, leaving orange flush; neck and shoulder dipped into glossy brown glaze, running irregularly down body in two streams. Inside unglazed.

F1900.61

Vase in style of Oribe ware

https://asia.si.edu/object/F1900.61

Dense, pale gray clay. Oval seal, “Banko,” impressed in center of base. Thin and thick vertical stripes painted in iron pigment and white slip, on two opposing walls. Clear glaze; splashes of copper-green on neck, shoulder, and walls. Base unglazed.

F1899.15

Tea bowl in Oribe style

https://asia.si.edu/object/F1899.15

Buff clay, stained beneath glaze. On outside, underglaze iron painted decoration (which appears gray) of plovers in a “fishnet” lattice. Clear glaze, slightly underfired, crackled, partially wiped off base; narrow panel of copper-green ash glaze on outside, overlapping rim.

F1898.79

Tea bowl in Oribe style

https://asia.si.edu/object/F1898.79

Buff clay. Underglaze iron painted decoration of “flaming jewels” and bundle of straw; touches of iron around rim. Kiln mark impressed on base inside foot rim. Ash glaze, ending irregularly above unglazed base, partially covered with glassy white feldspathic glaze; large patch of copper-tinted green ash glaze.

F1896.98

Vase in Oribe style, probably Seto ware

https://asia.si.edu/object/F1896.98

Buff clay. Wheel-thrown form distorted by vertical slashes made with a blade and by pinching from two opposite sides; base finished by hand. Feldspathic glaze, cream colored where thin, white where thick; splashes of copper-green ash glaze partially reduced to lavender and yellow-green; areas of crawling. Inside glazed; base glazed in concave center, unglazed around …