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Kenta Anzai Triangle Bowls

 Handmade in Kyoto. 

Fine porcelain triangular bowls.  The subtle surfaces of Kenta’s work take considerable time to create, through a process of polishing and refining, resulting in pieces that each have a unique character and presence.  

  Medium: w-6.5cm x h-13cm
  Small: w-4cm x 9.5cm


 As all products are handmade sizes and colour may vary slightly.


Kenta Anzai belongs to a highly distinguished line of ceramic artists in Japan. He studied ceramics at the Traditional Art School of Kyoto, first becoming an assistant to the ceramicist Daniel Smith in London before being apprenticed to the renowned master potter Taizo Kuroda, learning from his distinctive pure white porcelain. Kuroda was himself an apprentice to Tatsuzo Shimaoka, a “living national treasure” in Japan and a pupil of Shoji Hamada, who had begun the dialogue between Eastern and Western studio ceramics through his meeting with Bernard Leach. It is a truly impressive lineage.

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