Tea Bowl: Hamada

Maker
Shoji Hamada
Production date
Pre 1965
Description
One glazed oversized tea bowl and a separated piece of paper with Dundar Sloane 497 on it.
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Production role
Maker
Provenance details
In 1965 Shoji Hamada brought this tea bowl with him from Japan to display in his major exhibition held at Canterbury Museum. The tea bowl was purchased by a visitor to the display and later acquired by Canterbury Museum.: Mr Shoji Hamada: Japan/Eastern Asia/Asia: 1965
Measurements
Diameter: 140mm (5 1/2")
Height: 130mm (5 1/8")
Associated person
Associated person notes
In 1965, Hamada brought with him a major exhibition which was shown at Canterbury Museum. This tea bowl was included in the exhibition.
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Current rights code
Other Id
3651
Accession number
2017.73.1

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