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A handmade, glazed pottery cup by Keiko Hasegawa, an accomplished Japanese potter working in Devon, England. This cup was made for an exhibition of eight different shades of celadon cups at our shop. The glaze is predominantly a light pastel blue with patches of white giving the impression of a cloudy sky. The thickness of the cup retains heat well, which makes it ideal for green teas.
Dimensions: 10cm height x 7cm diameter. Volume ~ 220ml
Please note – all cups are sold individually and are individual pieces, so if there is a certain cup you would like or if you would like to look at our whole selection please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. If a cup is out of stock it may take up to 4 months to have your cup handmade and shipped to you. The shapes and colours may vary.
SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS
Gallery EDO (Oslo)1981, Galerie 39 (London) 1985/1986, Barbican Centre (London), The British Museum (London) 1986, Galerie-La Sorbier (Paris), Scandinavia Architecture Institute (Copenhagen), Villeroy & Boch Keramik Museum (Mettlach-Germany), Rijksmuseum Voor Volkenkunde (Lieden-Netherland), Museum of Asian Art (Durham University, UK), Oxford Gallery 1989 (Oxford, UK), Seibu Dept. (Shibuya, Tokyo), Graham Gallery (New York), Galerie Interferenzen Pilscheur 1988/89/90/92/93/94 (Luxembourg, Hong Kong, London), Queensbury Hunt 1988/89/90 (London), Silverbergs 1989/90 (Malmö, Sweden), Ashgata Gallery (UK), Craft Potters Association (London), Stachtsparkarre (Dusseldorf, Germany), Gallery Spitalspeicher (Offenburg, Germany), Jujiya Department Store Gallery1984/86/88 (Yamagata, Japan), Anshindo Gallery 1988/90/92/94/96/98/2000 (Shizuoka, Japan), Liberty (London), Yoshino Gallery 1995/97 (Yamagata, Japan), Egg 1996/97/98/99 (London), Mitsukoshi Department Store Gallery 1997/98/99 (Nigata, Japan), Fujisaki Department Store Gallery 1997 (Sendai, Japan), Yamase Museum 1997/98/99/2000 (Yamagata, Japan), Onuma Department Store Gallery 2001/03 (Yamagata, Japan), Relief work for 100 years anniversary of Yamagata State Nishi High School, 1997, Mitsukoshi Department Store Gallery 2000 (Nihonbashi, Tokyo), Sunayama Gallery 2001/03/05 (Nihonbashi, Tokyo), Galerie Fletcher 2005/06 (Geneva, Switzerland), Harlequin Gallery 2006 (London), Postcard Teas, 2009 (London)
The Fletcher Brown Built Pottery Award 1986 (New Zealand) Biennale International de Ceramiqe D’ Art de Vallauris 1986 (France)
WORKS IN PUBLIC COLLECTIONS
The British Museum (London), Victoria & Albert Museum (London), Kunstindostrimuseum (Trondheim Norway), Kunstindostrimuseum (Oslo, Norway), Rijksmuseum Voor Volkenkunde (Leiden, the Netherlands), Ashmoleum Museum (Oxford, UK), Luxembourg Royal Art Collection (Luxembourg), Villeroy & Boch Keramik Museum (Mettlach, Germany), St. Louis Museum (USA).