Sake Jar



Persimmon drops on black glaze banquet sake jar

11 x 11 x 11"

Wasaburo Takahashi

Wasaburo studied under Shigaraki Living National Treasure Ueda Naokata, from whom he received his kiln name, and later under Living National Treasure Shimizu Uichi, who’s influence is evident in his glazes. He has been displayed nationally at the Nippon Dento Kogeiten (Japanese Traditional Crafts Exhibition) among others, and is best known for his work in celadon and metal glazes. He has also presided over a number of workshops in the United States.

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