Antique Japanese Teapots


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Antique Japanese Tea Pot - Small Ceramic Shudei Kyusu

Description High quality hand-made shudei clay ceramic Japanese tea pot (kyusu). This particular style of tea pot is normally rather small and frequently used in.


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What's It Worth? Satsuma tea set, Eastlake dresser, Art Deco lamp, Art Nouveau ...

Q. I received a hand-painted Japanese tea set from my grandmother, who purchased it at an estate sale in Detroit, Michigan, many years ago. The set is very colorful with gold accents and is in great condition. There are six 7-inch plates, six cups and

Cultural Arts Center exhibit showcases friendship rooted in art

Emotional works, including the multimedia Flower by Benny Andrews, are found along with utilitarian objects, including Japanese Teapot by Bettye Stull's husband, Robert Stull, a ceramic artist and former chairman of the Ohio State University art

An art fancier becomes a collector

Larry Goldstone, owner of the Santa Fe furnishings showroom ACC, talked to Home recently about his evolution. I've not been a collector my entire life. It became a passion about 15 years ago. Part of it was the transition from being a father with

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from Colorado leave her dreamy life in the idyllic mountains of Vale for the hustle and bustle of life in the Big Apple. And the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Twenty six years ago, Kaaren Schilke-Cherns followed her new husband, Trishul, to his home in New York City and has been sinking her artistic and culinary roots deep into this cultural melting pot ever since. With its ethnic markets, fabulous art galleries and architectural gems it has become a place she truly calls home. These days, when her husband asks if she feels happy with her life as a New Yorker, she says, "Entirely. " Kaaren's love for art and food is evident in all her photos. Her home in Queens, as well as a country home in upstate New York, have become a veritable treasure trove of antique and vintage dishes she has accumulated through the scouring of thrift stores, craft fairs and boutiques. These are used, both in everyday life as well as on special occasions, to provide a beautiful backdrop for the colorful array of food she cooks regularly, drawing from recipes of her Finnish heritage, as well as the rich variations of cuisines... She is constantly exploring Manhattan's Japanese, Korean and Italian markets, and in Queens she visits the large grocery stores in Jackson Heights for Indian specialties and frequents Elmhurst for an abundant array of Chinese produce. In the summer, her meals are inspired by the local produce from farmer's markets in upstate New York where tomatoes, corn, squash and beans make their appearance, with apple orchards and blueberry farms close by for dessert creations. "Having studied Art History and Studio Art in college, I sought refuge from the cacophony of the city in a place I knew I'd fit - the galleries of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. One particular gallery lecture piqued my interest: "The Way of Tea. " I remember rushing in to the gallery just as it was about the start. I grabbed the last remaining folding stool and wove my way up to the front. The best way I can describe my experience of watching the beautiful movements of the tea practitioner was pure serenity. It gave me pleasure to observe and I loved the intricate choreographed motions of this cultural art. It triggered a craving to learn more, to become the counter-balance I sorely needed if I were to survive living in 'The City. In the years I have studied (I'm about to get the highest diploma a student can receive this year) I have learned how to perform the intricate movement that is the tea ceremony. I've also learned the history of the tea ceremony and an appreciation for the arts that surround it: ceramics, lacquer arts, flower arrangement, and Kaiseki, the artful arrangement of food preparation to accompany the tea. It has informed my taste in fabrics, furniture, food and appreciation of the seasons. Most importantly, I've learned to embrace the Japanese aesthetic of Wabi Sabi: the perfection of the imperfect. " This is a soup that has one foot in the cold of Spring & the other in the Northern Summers of Scandinavia. I've always used the classic ingredients of potatoes, cauliflower, green beans, carrots & peas, but have enjoyed it with corn, fennel, asparagus & artichoke hearts. You can fatten it up or slim it down by either using full fat milk & 1/2 & 1/2, or skim milk with a dot of butter for richness. Any way you make it, delicious. Start a pot of salted water to boil that is large enough for your 3 cups of potatoes. Let them simmer 10 to 12 minutes cooking them until almost tender, but not falling apart. In the meantime heat a soup pot over moderate heat, add 1 T of butter & 1 of olive oil, cook your onions & or shallots until soft. Then add milk, 2 cups of potatoes, cauliflower, carrots, salt & a few good grinds of pepper to pot. Simmer for around 10 minutes until veggies are firm but tender. While the veggies are simmering use some of the potato water & the remaining 1 cup of cooked potatoes to blend until creamy & smooth in the blender. Add to the soup pot to thicken the milky broth. Just before serving add the green beans, peas, dill & green onions cooking for a couple of minutes. If you have opted for the skinnier version without the 1/2 & 1/2 this is the time to add the 1 tablespoon of the extra butter for a bit of richness. don't overcook your peas & green beans. Heat butter in a large saucepan, add onions & shallots. Cook for 5-10 minutes over medium low heat until the onions are clear & tender. Add stock & bring to boil.

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Old Dutch 1015RD Red Cast Iron Tokyo Teapot 11 Oz

Old Dutch 1015RD Red Cast Iron Tokyo Teapot 11 Oz

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Unity Cast Iron Tokyo Teapot Red finish. An elegant, distinctly shaped cast iron Tetsubin teapot named after the beautiful and ancient city of Tokyo, Japan. Inspired by highly prized antique Japanese cast iron teapots still in use today. Features a black porcelain enamel interior coating that helps prevent rust Includes a stainless steel tea brewing basket for ease of preparation for brewing and serving tea. Not intended for stovetop use. 11 oz. capacity. Hand Wash


Old Dutch 1022MB Matte Black Cast Iron Saga Teapot 52 Oz.

Old Dutch 1022MB Matte Black Cast Iron Saga Teapot 52 Oz.

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Price: $42.14

Cast Iron "Saga" Teapot -Matte Black finish. A graceful, elegant cast iron Tetsubin teapot, inspired by highly prized antique Japanese cast iron teapots still in use today. Features a black porcelain enamel interior coating that helps prevent rust. Includes a stainless steel tea brewing basket for ease of preparation. For brewing and serving tea; Not intended for stovetop use. 52 oz. capacity. Hand Wash Depth: 7 1/2" Height: 8 1/2" Width: 8"


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Flash Korean Japanese Style Cucumber and Daikon Pickles
Ingredients:carrot, cucumber, radish, garlic, mirin, chili pepper, rice vinegar, soy sauce

Japanese Homestyle Green Vege Plus Pork Chops
Ingredients:broccoli, carrot, salad greens, onions, pork chops, salad greens, salt, soy sauce, sugar

Japanese Onion Soup
Ingredients:mushrooms, beef bouillon granules, carrot, celery, chicken broth, ginger, onions, water

Japanese-Style Sesame Green Beans
Ingredients:vegetable oil, green beans, vegetable oil, soy sauce, sesame seeds

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Antiques and Collectibles: 20th century teapots were designed in modern shapes
08/20/10, via News-Times

Several Japanese companies used wreath marks with an initial inside the wreath, but the best-known is Noritake, which has been in business in Nagoya, Japan, since 1904. A teapot with a ... the set is collectible. How much is it worth?

Teapot spouts a small profit
10/29/08, via Staten Island Advance

Marked on the bottom are a wreath and the words "Hand Painted, Japan." A. You have a Satsuma style hand-painted teapot that was made in Satsuma ... Any information on the manufacturer, the vintage and value will be appreciated. A. Taylor, Smith & Taylor ...

Japanese teapots: Infusion of serenity
06/11/06, via Orlando Sentinel

For those who love Asian antiques, wabi sabi comes naturally. It can be found in the rustic beauty of a Japanese cast-iron teapot, called Tetsubin. The Japanese have been using Tetsubin teapots for centuries. Families used the cast-iron teapots as kettles ...

Tatiana Fitzpatrick's "Stone Flower" Best of Show 2010 Army Arts and Crafts Contest
Tatiana Fitzpatrick's "Stone Flower" Best of Show 2010 Army Arts and Crafts Contest

Tatiana Fitzpatrick took best-of-show honors in the 2010 Army Arts and Crafts Contest with an elaborate “Stone Flower” necklace that topped the accomplished metals and jewelry category. www.armymwr.com Fitzpatrick’s ‘Stone Flower’ best of show in Army Arts and Crafts By Tim Hipps FMWRC Public Affairs ALEXANDRIA, Va. – Tatiana Fitzpatrick took best-of-show honors in the 2010 Army Arts and Crafts Contest with an elaborate “Stone Flower” necklace that topped the accomplished metals and jewelry category. Fitzpatrick, who hones her crafts at Army Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation Arts and Crafts facilities at Camps Walker and Henry in Korea, relied on her “Tatiana’s motif” – a combination of embroidery, bead-stringing and braiding cabochon – to simulate “the Stone Flower” from Malachite Mountain that inspired Russian writer Pavel Bazhov’s folk tale. “I wanted to express the attraction and intangibility of the mythical stone flower, whose living beauty was impossible for...

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Items for sale at the Barrie Antiques Centre, Barrie, Ontario - 13
Items for sale at the Barrie Antiques Centre, Barrie, Ontario - 13

A bronze kettle in a Japanese style.

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Home sweet home - An incomplete vintage hand-painted Chinese dinnerware set - 4
Home sweet home - An incomplete vintage hand-painted Chinese dinnerware set - 4

Rose Medallion Chinese Porcelain Dinnerware. It looks to be Japanese porcelain decorated in Qianlong Nian Zhi enamels in Hong Kong, China. Antique Chinese Export Famille Rose Medallion Porcelain Plate. This dinnerware is from the Wa Lee Co 1960. The chop is consistant on the entire set. The set is now perched on our oak dining room plate rail. gotheborg.com/marks/index-china-marks.htm

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