Japanese & Chinese teabowls

Jian ware tea bowl with black glaze showing "hare's-fur"markings, Anonymous, 12th - 13th century, Southern Song dynasty, From the collection of: Hong Kong Museum of Art
TEA BOWL, Tenmoku type, Name: Akiba, Unknown, China, Southern Song - Yuan dynasty, 13th - 14th c., From the collection of: MOA Museum of Art
TEA BOWL, Ido type, Name: Tokiwa, Unknown, Korea, Choson dynasty, 16th c., From the collection of: MOA Museum of Art
Tea bowl, red Raku ware, named "Jukushi", Hon'ami Kôetsu, 1558/1637, From the collection of: Suntory Museum of Art
TEA BOWL, Raku ware, Name: Ayame, Chojiro, Momoyama period, 16th c., From the collection of: MOA Museum of Art
Bowl, Unknown, 1600/1650, From the collection of: Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities, Stockholm
Tea bowl with Hanawa-chigai design, overglaze enamels, Nonomura Ninsei, Edo period, latter half of 17th century, From the collection of: Suntory Museum of Art
Bowl, Sonyu, 1680/1716, From the collection of: Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities, Stockholm
Tea bowl (chawan), Tanaka KEINYU (Raku XIV), mid-late 19th century, From the collection of: Art Gallery of South Australia
Covered teacup and saucer with calligraphic inscriptions in underglaze blue, Anonymous, Early 19th century, Qing dynasty, From the collection of: Hong Kong Museum of Art
Teabowl (chawan), with full moon and prunus, Unknown, c.1900, From the collection of: Art Gallery of South Australia
tea bowl, Shoji Hamada, 1958, From the collection of: York Museums Trust
Bowl, Shiro Tsujimura, 1993-01/1993-12, From the collection of: Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities, Stockholm
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