The Mills College Art Museum's diverse ceramics collection encompasses works but also from elsewhere in the United States, England, and Japan—which collection of Japanese ceramics, including some dating from the Momoyama era
Blue and white ware was, and still is, a staple product of the UK pottery industry. One of Ascertaining the date of production of a piece is integral to its collectability and Imari Ware is the Japanese porcelain produced in the locality of Arita in
One of the world's earliest pots made in Japan about 7,000 years ago. Pottery was invented by people living in Japan, China and Korea during the last Ice Age about 14,000 years ago. View more objects from people in London. This page is best viewed in an up-to-date web browser with style sheets (CSS) enabled.