A Japanese stoneware bowl, attributed to Hamada Shoji, 20th century, a large glazed stoneware bowl of Mashiko-yaki type with a slightly cupped rim and raised on a ring foot, the sloping interior applied with design of bamboo. Attributed to Hamada Shoji (18
Shoji Hamada (Japanese 1894-1978) oversized tea bowl, 11.5 cm dia, 11 cm height PROV: In 1965, Hamada brought with him a major exhibition which was shown at the Canterbury Museum. The vendor's mother was the photographer at the exhibition and purchased
Shoji Hamada, stoneware chawan (tea bowl), tenmoku glaze and black brushwork, with signed wood box and fitted external carrier box, diameter 12.5 cm. Provenance: Originally gifted to an American Admiral; Gary Winther Collection
Shoji Hamada, rectangular stoneware bottle vase, press moulded, covered in a kaki glaze with poured jun glaze shaped panels to the front and back, with signed wood box, height 16 cm. Provenance: Gary Winther Collection
Shoji Hamada, stoneware dish tenmoku decoration under a nuka glaze. Diameter 19.5 cm. Provenance: John Patrick collection. Exhibited at Hamada’s Exhibition at the Canterbury Museum. An almost identical example from the same exhibition illustrated Conetendo
Shoji Hamada, a large and impressive stoneware dish, wax resist sugar cane decoration, tenmoku glaze, together with a matching stand. Diameter 32 cm. Provenance: John Patrick Collection, Exhibited at the Pan Pacific Arts Festival in Christchurch February 1
Shoji Hamada, rectangular stoneware bottle vase, press moulded, tenmoku glaze. Height 20 cm. Provenance: John Patrick collection. Exhibited at the Pan Pacific Arts Festival in Christchurch February 1965 at the Canterbury Museum: Shoji Hamada, Intangible Cu
An important Muriel Moody (1907-1991) large Pottery sculpture of a standing woman, long flowing skirt, her hand raised above her head supporting a vessel surmounted by a pelican, thick turquoise glaze highlights the bird, vessel, hair and clothing of the w
Shoji Hamada (Japan), octagonal vase of flared form in mottled green/grey glazes. Provenance: made in New Zealand in 1965 and fired at Yvonne Rust's Studio by Mirek Smisek, presented to Wilf Wright and sold on his behalf at Dunbar Sloane Ltd, Wellington in
Hamada Shoji, a reddish pottery lipped pouring vessel, Contemporary, with a brushed on abstract design, wooden box, inscribed Shoji Hamada, lipped bowl, salt-glazed, iron brushed 25 cm Diameter (widest)
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