18 September 2002
A Black and Red Negoro Stand for a Temmoku Tea Bowl
Muromachi-Momoyama Period (16th century)
Of turned and assembled wood, with black-lacquered cup support with rounded sides above a flat tray with upright rim and with raised and splayed black-lacquered foot, the red lacquer surface worn in places revealing the black-lacquer underlayer
6 7/8 x 3in. (17.5 x 7.6cm.)
Maeda Seison (1885-1997)
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Kawada Sadamu, Negoro (Kyoto: Shikosha, 1985), pl. 307.
Arakawa Hirokazu, Negoro (Atami: Atami Museum of Art, 1966), no. 83.
This Negoro stand for a tea bowl is said to have been in the collections of the famous tea master Soan.
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