Denis Kabanov
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Replica Of Rakuyaki Tea Bowls Rikyu-Shichishu (7 kinds) that are 7 Rakuyaki tea bowls made by Chojiro, who was a founder of Raku-family, by order of Rikyu. They are Kengyo, Hayafune, Kimamori,Rinzai, Omori, Toyobo,Hachihiraki.  Name of artist : Mr Shoraku Sasaki who is the most famous Rakuyaki potter in Japan.

Replica Of Rakuyaki Tea Bowls Rikyu-Shichishu (7 kinds) that are 7 Rakuyaki tea bowls made by Chojiro, who was a founder of Raku-family, by order of Rikyu. They are Kengyo, Hayafune, Kimamori,Rinzai, Omori, Toyobo,Hachihiraki. Name of artist : Mr Shoraku Sasaki who is the most famous Rakuyaki potter in Japan.

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trimming a bowl, Richard Phethean  from Ceramic Arts Daily 07/09/2012

Love it or hate it, pottery trimming (sometimes called pottery turning) can transform a weighty Earth-bound pot into one that is a pleasure to hold, look a