Dish with kanji mark from Mashiko, Japan

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Post by Marion Hebblethwaite March 24th 2023, 12:31 pm

This small dish was given to me by the widow of the potter from his last firing before he died. it is about 7cm across.Dish with kanji mark from Mashiko, Japan  Jap_gi10
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Post by NaomiM March 24th 2023, 1:03 pm

Can you remember the name? Closest in the Marks book is Tsurunosuke Matsubayashi, who was training at Leach Pottery St Ives in the 1920s

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Post by Marion Hebblethwaite March 24th 2023, 1:09 pm

No idea - he was considered a national treasure so I was told - I have photos of his kilns if that is a help
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Post by NaomiM March 24th 2023, 1:25 pm

That could be useful. The Marks book says he was a kiln expert, making stoneware, and helped build Pleydell-Bouverie's kiln
I've moved it to ID My Pottery until we're sure of the attribution

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Post by Marion Hebblethwaite March 24th 2023, 1:27 pm

here are some photos

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Post by NaomiM March 24th 2023, 1:30 pm

Not by Tsurunosuke Matsubayashi, as he died in the 1930s. But possibly another member of the family: Asahi family of pottery in Uji, Kyoto
https://www.dh-jac.net/db1/mjci/about_matsubayashi_e.php

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Post by Marion Hebblethwaite March 24th 2023, 1:39 pm

This was in Mashiko when I was there
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