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Shimaoka Tatsuzo Square Platter

Shimaoka Tatsuzo Square Platter


After studying with the legendary Hamada Shoji, Shimaoka Tatsuzo (1919-2007) built his own kiln right next door, in Mashiko. And like Hamada, he was designated a Living National Treasure in 1996 for his rope-impressed inlays (Mingei Jomon Zogan), an homage to the rope-impressed earthen wares of the Jomon Period (6,000 BC - 300 BC), which helped develop his signature style.


In original wooden box, signed and sealed.

11" x 11" x 3"h

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