|Koishiwara Yaki, Fukuoka Prefecture|
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Although I have not seen this exact tea bowl labeled with the potter's name, I have seen many others who label this MARK as the work of Mino Potter Kato Eichi (加藤英一). I will update if more information becomes available.
Friday, November 1, 2013
83. "The Collector's Guide to Occupied Japan Collectibles" by Gene Florence (1976,1992) 107 pages.
84."The Collector's Guide to Occupied Japan Collectibles" Second Series by Gene Florence (1979,1993) 112 pages.
- "Splendors of Imperial Japan, Arts of the Meiji Period from the Khalili Collection" by Joe Earle (2002) 468 pgs.
- "Splendors of Meiji, Treasures of Imperial Japan, Masterpieces from the Khalili Collection, The Curriculum Guide for Educators and Docents" by Robert Steven Bianchi (1999) 92 pgs.
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