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  • Provenance

    Christopher Wood Gallery, London, Autumn 1980
    Bonhams, Knightsbridge, 'Masters of the 20th Century', 30 November 1994, lot 114

  • Exhibited

    'British 20th Century Studio Ceramics', Christopher Wood Gallery, London, Autumn 1980

  • Literature

    British 20th Century Studio Ceramics, exh. cat., Christopher Wood Gallery, London, 1980, illustrated p. 24

  • Catalogue Essay

    'After Hamada left St Ives, he didn’t put a press mark on his work. He believed in his own originality, and he wanted that originality to be spoken for by the object, not the signature, not by the press mark. This is a strength of artistic and philosophical vision honoured in the thinking of Yanagi and distinguished Hamada’s achievement.' -J.D.

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Early vase

circa 1922
Stoneware, white slip with iron slip painted and carved Crysanthemum design beneath a white glaze.
23 cm (9 in.) high
Impressed with artist's and Leach Pottery seals.

Estimate
£5,000 - 7,000 

Sold for £9,450

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