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Naoyuki Matsubara - Mashiko, Japan. Pairs of Yunomi

Naoyuki Matsubara - Mashiko, Japan. Pairs of Yunomi

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Naoyuki Matsubara was born in Mashiko in 1938 and was the student of Kimura Ichiro (who was the student of Hamada Shoji) in 1956.

He also studied in Kyoto and learned from the potter Yagi Kazuo who was a core member of Sodeisha, one of the most important modern ceramics movement in Japan.

Afterwards, in 1961 he built his own kiln in Mashiko.

The glaze he use is a form of Nuka and then a brush pattern in iron pigment.

He won a lot of contests, in Japan and international.

These 2 gorgeous Yunomi are very typical Matsubara's work.

Material: Mashiko clay - glaze Nuka

Size: Big one : High: 3.35" ( 8.5 cm) Diameter: 2.76" (7 cm)
Smaller one: High: 3.15" (8 cm) Diameter: 2.56" (6.5 cm)

Delivered in the original signed box by special transportation.
Naoyuki Matsubara was born in Mashiko in 1938 and was the student of Kimura Ichiro (who was the student of Hamada Shoji) in 1956.

He also studied in Kyoto and learned from the potter Yagi Kazuo who was a core member of Sodeisha, one of the most important modern ceramics movement in Japan.

Afterwards, in 1961 he built his own kiln in Mashiko.

The glaze he use is a form of Nuka and then a brush pattern in iron pigment.

He won a lot of contests, in Japan and international.

These 2 gorgeous Yunomi are very typical Matsubara's work.

Material: Mashiko clay - glaze Nuka

Size: Big one : High: 3.35" ( 8.5 cm) Diameter: 2.76" (7 cm)
Smaller one: High: 3.15" (8 cm) Diameter: 2.56" (6.5 cm)

Delivered in the original signed box by special transportation.

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