Some More Bushuan Pots

It’s no secret that I’m a huge fan of pots by Shigeru Fukuda, aka Bushuan. So I thought I’d show a few more today. Other than the second and third, and the last, all are available for sale, but they go quick! All come with original signed kiri bako(storage box of kiri wood) and turmeric cloth. Bushuan is very popular in Japan these days. Drop me a line at Gastrognome at aol dot com if you’re interested, they’re 35-50k¥ apiece, and there are also some less expensive ones up on my For Sale page.

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This one is from my collection. I love the swirling red thick glaze.

20120807-112718.jpg Another from my collection. I have a similiar one as well that’s much larger than this one, at 5.6″. The larger is almost 10.

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A 3 piece set I saw available for sale recently, but a friend beat me to them!. The top piece is much like my own red and white, the others are unique. At only 100,000¥, it’s a deal! LOL!

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A similar piece to mine above showing more red and a stronger crackle.

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A really unique blue over white rectangle. I love the symmetry of this piece.

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Cinnabar glazed rectangle. Real depth to the ultra thick glaze.

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Indigo over blue. I really love the single droplet of glaze in the center of the pot.

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A lighter green with highlights of blue and white.

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Lastly, my favorite of the bunch. Simply amazing. Totally Tofukujiesque!
I’m getting this one for sure!
Hope you’ve enjoyed seeing a few more Bushuans. I love this guys work!

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I've been collecting Japanese Bonsai pots for a few years, and feel that the famous, and some of the lesser known but great Japanese pot artists could do with a little more writing and exposure in English. Additionally, this blog will feature My own And others bonsai for discussion. The purpose of this blog is to further knowledge of Japanese pottery and Japanese style bonsai. If you have any questions about Japanese bonsai pottery, or would like to acquire pots by some of the potters presented in the blog, feel free to email me at gastrognome@aol.com
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