Category Archives: mediæval vessels

Beauty of Old Pottery ② – Mediæval Vessels 中世古陶 –

It has been almost 18 months since I last posted some images of my favourite Mediæval pots. I would like to post a few images of beautiful wood-fired vessels. (I managed to see some of them in the museums when … Continue reading

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Shell Wadding and Echizen Potter Kumano Kurouemon

I received a couple of emails from Mark Titchner last month. (Gas) Dear Gas, I was interested to read your comments about the use of shells as wadding for pots and I tend to agree with you. I would be … Continue reading

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Beauty of Old Pottery ① – Mediæval Vessels 中世古陶 –

I have been filing Japanese pottery images on my PC in my spare time. Since my silly old computer packed up and trapped a few thousand images in it, I had to go back to my reference books. Some books … Continue reading

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