Anagama/Kinyo Collection

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Modern Japanese vase Anagama Kinyo 2  blue-green accents subtle rustic pink textured background. one-of-a-kind rare piece. Beautiful flower vase.
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Ancient wood kiln-fired Japanese anagama kinyo vase 3 rustic pink green-blue specks. one-of-a-kind bud vase.
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Handmade Japanese bud vase Anagama Kinyo 4 random patterns of blue/green subtle pink/beige textured background. beautiful flower vase.
Handcrafted vase made in Japan Anagama Kinyo 5 raised spirals terminating at the top tulip shaped opening. one-of-a-kind flower vase.
Creative vase design Kinyo Violet 1 Vase off-white swirling ribs light violet-red off-white gradient background
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Artisan made modern vase Japan Kinyo Violet 2 off-white swirling ribs violet-red background
Japanese ceramic bud Kinyo Violet 3 vase off-white swirling ribs dark violet red background blue gradient
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Limited series Japanese ceramic vase Kinyo Violet 4 off-white swirling ribs dark violet-red background
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Violet Japanese vase Kinyo 5 off-white swirling ribs dark violet-red background rustic
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Small modern style bud vase Kinyo Violet 6 swirling ribs 4 tulip shaped points at the opening
Japanese artisan made vase Kinyo Violet 7 squat tulip shaped container raised swirling ribs
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Tulip shaped vase Kinyo Violet 8 bud shaped container ribs terminating 4 points at opening
Miyabi | Handmade Anagama Vase
Handcrafted Anagama Vase Mentori | Made In Japan Pottery

The Anagama/Kinyo Collection includes the Anagama Kinyo and Kinyo Violet vases.  

The Anagama Kinyo vases were fired in a traditional Anagama kiln which is a very labor intensive process but the outcome is a range of unique variegated colors and textures dependent on the location the object is placed in the kiln. As a result, not one vase can be replicated. Ikeda only uses the Anagama process twice a year because it requires his full attention for 4 consecutive days and nights.

Kinyo refers to the glaze which was inspired by a well known type of Chinese pottery during the Song Dynasty.  These glazes range in color from purple and violet and green/blue or a combination of both, often having unglazed lines which adds to the rustic but rich quality of these pieces.