The Provenances of Ceramic Wares and Utensils for the Tea Ceremony: Stories Unveiled through Supplementary Articles

"The Provenances of Ceramic Wares and Utensils for the Tea Ceremony: Stories Unveiled through Supplementary Articles"

Heiseikan Thematic Exhibition Room  December 5, 2017 (Tue) - January 28, 2018 (Sun)

  
Tea Caddy Katatsuki (shouldered) type, Known as "Shozan", China, Southern Song-Yuan dynasty, 13th century (Gift of Mr. Harada Kichizo)

This exhibition features artworks associated with the Japanese tea ceremony alongside their supplementary articles, such as appraisal records as well as boxes and pouches, that provide information on how these artworks were passed down to the present day.

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