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This watering can has an attached spout and handle. The surface is red brown and glossy. The spout is long in relation to the body and points upward. The bottom of the vessel is notably arched. There is a signature stamp on the back below the…

A cylindrical lidded stoneware jar with glossy, rich brown tenmoku glaze and a pale crescent mark on the side. There are small attached handles and the lid is inset with a low profile and a small knob. A signature is carved on the bottom.

This small, globe-like vase is made of thrown stoneware with a glossy glaze on the interior and exterior. The glaze has an irregular, overall pattern in muted browns. There is a signature carved on the bottom.

This thrown stoneware bowl has a flat rim. The center of the bowl is glossy tan while the rim is irregularly striped. There is a signature stamp on the exterior side.

This thrown and altered stoneware bottle has a glossy, brown exterior. It stands on a small foot, is primarily columnar, narrowing at the shoulder to a short neck with a lip. There is a signature stamp on the side.

Thrown, cut apart and reassembled, this tall pitcher has a square profile. The exterior is glazed in long, flamelike shapes in creams, browns, and reds. The spout is small and discrete while the handle of the pitcher is quite long. There is a…

This roughly rounded, thrown and altered vessel has no foot , no neck and a small mouth. The light red surface is matte with a few ocher and dark patches from the wood firing. The surface is rough. There is a signature stamp on the bottom.

A squat brown thrown and altered bottle with a rich red and ochre wood fired surface sits upon an unusual bisected foot. The slab base is visibly attached to the wall of the bottle. The bottle has a stubby, small neck. There is an artist's stamp on…

This tall jar has little shoulder, no foot and an open mouth. The wood firing has produced notable runs of brown and green drips, showing the piece was fired on its side. A few pieces of seashell used as wadding during firing can be seen. The walls…

This tall narrow wood fired bottle has traces of seashells fused to the surface. The pot surface is rough and glazed brown with traces of green and white. There is a short, narrow neck and no foot. There is a signature stamp on the bottom.