Tuesday, August 26, 2014
Displaying Japanese Pottery
The display of Japanese Pottery is almost as important as the pottery itself. There is a myriad of ways to bring out the beauty of a particular piece. I will show various ways to "show off" your treasures. I will be adding more ideas from time to time. Hopefully these ideas will encourage you to experiment with your own pieces. Have fun!
On tatami mat
On a spool
In a Cube
On brick or stone
On cloth pillow mats or coasters
A grouping of Bizen pottery.
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