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陶器 (tōki)

Pottery is the ceramic material which makes up potterywares, of which major types include earthenware, stoneware and porcelain. The place where such wares are made is also called a pottery (plural "potteries"). Pottery also refers to the art or craft of a potter or the manufacture of pottery. See "Pottery". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2015-11-24.

NIPPON (1891-1921): Noritake 6.5" Hand Painted Decorative Plate (Made In Japan)
Vintage KUTANI Large 12" Hand Painted Iroe Overglaze Enamel Plate
Fitz and Floyd 14" Oval Serving Platter "Coquillier" (Japan)
MIKASA 8" Tea/Coffee Pot 'Continental Silk Flowers' Microwave Safe (Japan)
Vintage Noritake Japan 5" Hand-Painted Moriage Double-Handled Bowl (c.1921-1924)
Japanese Kasama Style Earthenware Donut-Shaped Sake Warmer Decanter (wabi sabi)
Fitz and Floyd Pair of 3" Hand Painted Pink Tulip Candleholders
Fitz & Floyd Essentials Bunny Blooms 8" Decorative Teapot (Leaking)
Fitz & Floyd Essentials Bunny Blooms Decorative Serving Plate
Earthen Vessels Pottery - Small Dish Oak Leaf Hydrangea by Michelle Curtis
1950s Vintage MARUHON WARE 7" Tomato Shaped Lidded Bowl with Bamboo Handle
Vintage Royal Duchess Mountain Bell 4.7" Saucer Fine China Bavaria Germany
NIPPON (1891-1921): Noritake 8" Hand Painted Double Handled Bowl (Made In Japan)
Vintage 1920s 8" Deep NORITAKE Double Handled Bowl w/ Hand Painted Roses
NIPPON: Noritake 5" Vase w/ Baby swan swimming on lake
NIPPON (1891-1921): NORITAKE 9" Vase w/Exaggerated Leaves & Flowers (Japan)

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