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Japanese Mashiko-style Pottery Lamp Stand, 20th century

Japanese Mashiko-style Pottery Lamp Stand, 20th century

Product Description:

The cone-shaped lamp stand with a flared neck and mouth, thick-brush nuka glaze design of oblique lines inspired by Mashiko ware of the Shōji Hamada and Bernard Leach schools, unmarked.

In 1920 Bernard Leach (British, 1887-1979) and Shōji Hamada (Japanese, 1894-1978) established Leach Pottery in St Ives, Cornwall. Advocates of the burgeoning folk art movement Mingei, Leach and Hamada experimented with glazes and traditional Japanese techniques. Hamada returned to Japan in 1924, settling in Mashiko.

Condition:

Appears fine. Please contact cataloging@lofty.com for specific condition questions.

Provenance:

Purchased by the current owner in New York, New York, ca. 1980. According to the current owner, this work belonged to
the Schrafft family of Schrafft's restaurant fame.

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SKU: 01tj0000002xn9ZAAQ

 
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Japanese Mashiko-style Pottery Lamp Stand, 20th century

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