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Masahiko Ichino(b.1961-)

Hyogo Prefecture

 

Masahiko Ichino (b.1961-) Second son of Shinsui Ichino the 1st. (His elder beother hassuccessed the name of "Shinsui Ichino".)
Masahiko Ichino is one of the leading potter in Japan.
His bowl with stripes are very popular. But we selected bowls covered with red clay in TANBA area, "Benten" . Lately his bowl style is changed. From simple bilaterally symmetric shape to soft and organic shape.

 

 

Gallery

 

 
Tea Bowl

AKADOBE(red clay covering) BENTEN tea bowl(inm1807127)  JPY250,000(tax is not included)

Masahiko Ichino

Masahiko IchinoMasahiko Ichino

AKADOBE(red clay covering) BENTEN tea bowl JPY250,000(tax is not included)

Masahiko Ichino

Masahiko IchinoMasahiko Ichino

AKADOBE(red clay covering) BENTEN tea bowl JPY250,000(tax is not included)
It is made of the same material with the other two red bowls. The firing condition in the wood-fire kiln was different even it was fired at the same time.

Masahiko Ichino

Masahiko IchinoMasahiko Ichino

guinomi cup

   

 

YUNOMI cup

 

 

 

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