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Open Teabowl

Item Code: CER-AH-259-s
Pale kohiki. Mukashi Mukashi
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Pale kohiki. Mukashi Mukashi
Akiko Hirai PortraitThough it was in Japan that Akiko Hirai was first exposed to pots, it is in the UK, away from Japan’s formal pottery traditions, where she has been able to find her individual voice. That distinctiveness has transformed into deep public appeal and institutional recognition. Collections holding Hirai’s pots include the Victoria & Albert Museum and the Fitzwilliam in the UK, the National Museum of Ireland, and further abroad Germany’s distinguished Keramikmuseum Westerwald and New York’s Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse.
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