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Japanese Seto Ware Pottery Kashiki Dish by Human Cultural Treasure, Sho Kato  加藤翔Japanese Seto Ware Pottery Kashiki Dish by Human Cultural Treasure, Sho Kato  加藤翔Japanese Seto Ware Pottery Kashiki Dish by Human Cultural Treasure, Sho Kato  加藤翔Japanese Seto Ware Pottery Kashiki Dish by Human Cultural Treasure, Sho Kato  加藤翔Japanese Seto Ware Pottery Kashiki Dish by Human Cultural Treasure, Sho Kato  加藤翔Japanese Seto Ware Pottery Kashiki Dish by Human Cultural Treasure, Sho Kato  加藤翔Japanese Seto Ware Pottery Kashiki Dish by Human Cultural Treasure, Sho Kato  加藤翔Japanese Seto Ware Pottery Kashiki Dish by Human Cultural Treasure, Sho Kato  加藤翔

This Japanese Seto Ware Pottery Kashiki Dish was made by the great Human Cultural Treasure, Sho Kato about 25 years ago. Sho Kato was designated as Human Cultural Treasure of Aichi prefecture, Japan in 2000. See the extensive history of this great potter below. A kashiki is a dish most often used for serving desserts at a tea ceremony but has other uses as well. Most importantly, it is a great collector's item. It is hand spun and handmade on the potter's wheel. This one has a nice round shape with a large straight rim. The bottom is near flat with a humble kodai or foot. After spinning, the designs of the waves and lovely butterflies are then carved. Then, after baking it is hand dipped in a nice brown glaze. It is signed on the bottom by the potter, It is in excellent condition with no cracks or chips. It comes with a nice tomobako made especially for this item that is signed by the potter with the kiln ame]]nd and description of the item. It comes with a two-page bio of the potter, We will share what we have from a Japanese site below on famous potters. Because Kato san is deceased, once what she made is gone, they will be gone.

Size: 7.3 inches or 18.5 cm, Height 2.2 inches, 5.5 cm

the history of Sho Kato 加藤翔 Human Cultural Treasure 人間文化宝 , Kato Takesuke kiln 加藤健介ガマ

Please note: because translations vary below, I am not sure if he or she is correct, but thank you to our seller in Japan for providing the link!

Born 1927- Died 2001 She was awarded the Human Cultural Treasure on 2000 in Aichi Prefecture. In addition, she won the Blue-Ribbon Award of the most famous Japanese Art Exhibition, Nitten Exhibition in 1964. Sho Kato was born in Aichi in 1927. Tokyo Institute of Technology Professional Division of Ceramics Department. He was certified as Aichi Prefecture Intangible Cultural Property, Seto City Intangible Cultural Property . She ws a member of Nissan Member · Councilor, Former Koyokai Member · and Review Councilor, Chairman of the Seto Ceramic Society . Prefecture Educational Cultural Achievement Award, Art Prize Prize Minister of Education Minister of Education Prize, Tsuyoshi Tsuyoshi Memorial Prize, Prime Minister Prize of Japan New Craft Exhibition, Special Exhibition of Hinode Exaltation, Hokuto Award, Member Award .

Other achievements included Aichi Prefecture Educational Cultural Achievement Award, Art Prize Prize Minister of Education Minister of Education Prize, Tsuyoshi Tsuyoshi Memorial Prize, Prime Minister Prize of Japan New Craft Exhibition, Special Exhibition of Hinode Exaltation, Hokuto Award, Member Award .

In Seto Akazu district we have Kato Takesuke kiln handed down generations made by generations. In such an environment, we practiced as a modern ceramic artist and afterwards exhibited at the exhibition from the end of the war, it was not easy to get recognized at first Although the days of the training continue, the first election after the eighth exhibition in 1961 will be selected, but after that it was selected again .

History-

Seto Akazu district we have Kato Takesuke kiln handed down generations made by generations. In such an environment, we practiced as a modern ceramic artist and afterwards exhibited at the exhibition from the end of the war, it was not easy to get recognized at first Although the days of the training continue, the first election after the eighth exhibition in 1961 will be selected, but after that it was selected again and the special selection · Hokuto award at the 7th New Nisshin Art Exhibition, reorganized in 1984 14th Received a membership award at Nichiren, won the Prime Minister's Prize at the New Japan Art Crafts Exhibition in 1986, and in the meantime, in 1983 Asahi Ceramics Exhibition of International Trade and Industry Minister's Award, 81 years art election Prize Minister of Education Award, the 68th Koufukai Exhibition at TsujiHisashi Memorial Award 82 years, has been awarded well as 85 years in Aichi Prefecture Education and Culture Achievement Award.

In 1997, she was certified as Mr. Seto intangible cultural heritage, and in 2000 it was certified as Aichi Prefecture intangible cultural heritage. Originally developed with Orio and Yote Seto using stringed techniques such as string making and board making, gradually shifting to modern ceramics with such traditional techniques, white glaze, blue He showed an elegant work area with depictions such as flower prints and butterflies with gold color in the center around the glaze, and boldly deformed the figure in modeling to develop a modern work.

In addition, we emphasized the expression of the soil which is basically even in the transition to such contemporary ceramics and produced the work that feels the warmth of the soil in the touch as a motto.

Item ID: A2172


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Japanese Seto Ware Pottery Kashiki Dish by Human Cultural Treasure, Sho Kato 加藤翔

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