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Japanese pottery made for the tea ceremony, usually of an irregular shape and texture. It was fired at a low temperature and covered with a thick, usually dark, coloured glaze. The name derives from the Japanese word ‘enjoyment’, which was adopted as a seal by the family of potters who first made this ware, c.1580.

Subjects: Decorative Arts, Furniture, and Industrial Design.

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