Navigating the world of antique Chinese pottery can be challenging so here's a primer to guide you through some of the most sought-after Chinese porcelain.
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Mingei, a 20th century Japanese folk art form, prioritized hand-crafted production and regional materials over the artists who produced the work.
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Shoji Hamada is one of the most distinguished Japanese Studio Potters of the 20th Century and a key figure in the Mingei movement.
Japanese ceramics are highly prized for their extraordinary craftsmanship. Learn about the most significant Japanese studio potters at auction.
Furoshiki is the Japanese practice of using cloth to transport items, wrap gifts, and carry essentials. Learn the art of this centuries-old craft.
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Find out how to collect Chinese robes and learn more about the history and symbology of this highly sought-after category.