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Tea Ceremony

The tea ceremony or Cha-no-yu was introduced into Japan, in the Muromachi period, the 15th century. Most people have heard of Sen no Rikyu, the famous tea master, who really influenced the tea ceremony we see today. Cha-no-yu is an art and appreciation of beauty shared amongst it's participants. It is infused with the same spirit of Zen that pervades many other Japanese crafts and arts. Contemplation and spiritual fulfillment are gained from the appreciation of all items used in the tea ceremony, Japanese garden landscape, the tea house, tea utensils, scroll painting, flower arrangement and ofcourse tea. Tea utensils are wonderful to collect for their diverse craft bases-ceramics, bamboo, wood each have their own asthetic charm. We hope you enjoy our selection.

T2861 TANBA WARE CHAWAN TEA BOWL, KANJI, SHOZAN OGAMI
T2861 TANBA WARE CHAWAN TEA BOWL, KANJI, SHOZAN OGAMI
T2860 AKA RAKU CHAWAN TEA BOWL, HORSE
T2860 AKA RAKU CHAWAN TEA BOWL, HORSE
T2855 BLACK RAKU CHAWAN, MOUNTAINS OF HOKKAIDO, SIGNED
T2855 BLACK RAKU CHAWAN, MOUNTAINS OF HOKKAIDO, SIGNED (Sold)
T2838 NODATE TEA CEREMONY SET
T2838 NODATE TEA CEREMONY SET
T2798 CHAWAN TEA BOWL, STONEWARE WITH MATT GLAZE, WABI SABI TASTE
T2798 CHAWAN TEA BOWL, STONEWARE WITH MATT GLAZE, WABI SABI TASTE
T2749 SHINO WARE CHAWAN TEA BOWL, EICHI KATO
T2749 SHINO WARE CHAWAN TEA BOWL, EICHI KATO
T2690 SETO WARE MIZUSASHI for TEA CEREMONY, INCISED MARK OF POTTER
T2690 SETO WARE MIZUSASHI for TEA CEREMONY, INCISED MARK OF POTTER
T2612 KARATSU STONEWARE CHAWAN, IRON OXIDE RICE EARS
T2612 KARATSU STONEWARE CHAWAN, IRON OXIDE RICE EARS
T2568 WOODEN LACQUERWARE PLATE SET FOR TEA CEREMONY, NANTEN
T2568 WOODEN LACQUERWARE PLATE SET FOR TEA CEREMONY, NANTEN
T1964 POTTERY FUKAOKI, GREY GLAZE
T1964 POTTERY FUKAOKI, GREY GLAZE
T407 CHAWAN
T407 CHAWAN

 
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