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Refers to the style of stoneware manufactured from the early 17th century in Nagato Province, now Yamaguchi Prefecture. Productions were called Matsumoto ware or Fukawa ware until 1668. The style is characterized by the production of thickly formed bowls, typically for tea, flaring from foot to lip and set on a sometimes notched foot rim and covered with a semi-transperent feldspathic glaze.

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Hagi pottery

Fukawa ware

Hagi ware

ware, Fukawa

ware, Hagi

ware, Matsumoto

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