Shoji Hamada

Shoji Hamada, hexagonal vase 1930s-40s
Shoji Hamada, hexagonal vase 1930s-40s
Shoji Hamada, hexagonal vase 1930s-40s
Shoji Hamada, hexagonal vase 1930s-40s

Shoji Hamada

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Hexagonal vase

  • Date: c.1930s - early 40s
  • Height: 4”
  • Signed and sealed box

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About the work

An early hexagonal vase by Shoji Hamada featuring a checkered pattern made with Mashiko Kaki glaze and brush marks of Seiji glaze. 

Shoji Hamada (1894 -1978) was to become the most influential potter of the Twentieth Century. Over a lifetime dedicated to making pottery, he achieved international recognition and his works have been collected by many of the worlds greatest museums. Hamada was unique, in that his immense influence was felt not only in his native Japan, particularly in Mashiko, but also in the West. In 1955 he was designated as a "Living National Treasure” of Japan. 

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