H. 3 5/8 in. (9.2 cm); Diam. of rim 4 1/8 in. (10.5 cm); Diam. of foot 2 in. (5.1 cm)
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Colman, 1893
Not on view
The nineteenth-century example of inlaid Yatsushiro ware displayed here is emblematic of late Edo-period revivals of buncheong idioms, reflecting the antiquarian predilections of the tea culture and, by extension, of ceramic industries throughout Japan during this period.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Colman , New York, 1893; donated to MMA
Palm Beach. Society of the Four Arts. "Treasured Costumes of Japan," January 3, 1970–January 31, 1970.
New York. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Poetry in Clay: Korean Buncheong Ceramics from Leeum, Samsung Museum of Art," April 7, 2011–August 14, 2011.
Artist: Nin'ami Dōhachi (Takahashi Dōhachi II) (Japanese, 1783–1855)Date: first half of the 19th centuryMedium: Stoneware with polychrome enamels over a transparent glaze (Kyoto ware)Accession: 29.100.634On view in:Gallery 228
Artist: Eiraku Hozen (1795–1854)Date: mid-19th centuryMedium: Stoneware with cream slip under and white slip and polychrome enamels, gold, and silver over a transparent glaze (Kyoto ware)Accession: 93.3.216On view in:Gallery 228