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Akira Satake

Akira Satake was born in Osaka, Japan and has been living in the United States since 1983, currently residing in North Carolina. He is widely sought after for workshops, lectures and exhibitions both in the US (including the Smithsonian Craft Show, Philadelphia Museum Show, and SOFA NY), and internationally in Australia, Indonesia, Belgium, France, Spain and Israel. Akira is included in the collections of the Mint Museum and the Phillips Collection. His awards include the National Award for Excellence in Contemporary Clay awarded by the Philadelphia Museum and his life and work have been featured in the PBS television series A Craftsman’s Legacy.

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AKIRA SATAKE: Tokkuri

AKIRA SATAKE: Tokkuri

Traditionally, a tokkuri is a vessel for holding sake. Wood-fired ceramic. Natural ash glaze. Dimensions: 4" x 4" x 4". NB: Excess shipping/insurance fees may be required.  Please read Shipping Policies here for important information. For a cost estimate, query, or to request free delivery (available on Bainbridge Island),...
$365.00

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AKIRA SATAKE: Guinomi (sake cup)

AKIRA SATAKE: Guinomi (sake cup)

Woodfired, with natural Nuka glaze made by using ashes from burnt rice hulls . 2.5 x 2.25 x 2" h. NB: Excess shipping/insurance fees may be required.  Please read Shipping Policies here for important information. For a cost estimate, query, or to request free delivery (available on Bainbridge Island),  please click here to contact...
$200.00

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AKIRA SATAKE: Yunomi (tea cup)

AKIRA SATAKE: Yunomi (tea cup)

Wood fired.  Hikidashi technique Hikidashi is a 500-year-old Japanese technique which involves firing to an extreme temperature. Each piece is removed from the kiln, glowing red hot, using long metal tongs. These pieces are then rapidly cooled and placed in water. Functional and food-safe. 3 x 3.25 x 3" h. Please contact the Gallery for...
$240.00

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