ceramics by Rostislav Eismont
C E R A M I C S
Three jars, first jar has cut legs, two have ears for tying the lid in place, tenmoku glaze, wood-fired at Red Mill Pottery, 1980s, $450 ea.
a pair of vases with splatter decoration, thrown and altered, 10.5 and 11.5" tall, wood-fired 1990s, $400ea. (center) slab built vase, wood-fired, multiple layers of glaze and slip brush applied, 1990s, $600. (right) Slab-built fan shape dish with crack, c1980. (private collection)
hand-built (Kurinuki process), sake cups (guinomi), wood-fired $100 each (purchase all $250)
sake cups (guinomi), each features a different glaze, wood-fired $75 each (all five $300)
Hagi glazed teabowl with split foot, wood-fired hand-mix clay body with inclusions, 2020. (SOLD)
Hagi glazed teabowl, wood-fired hand-mix clay body with inclusions, 2020. $325 (Tea bowl exhibition, Kansas 2019)
three views of one-off Yunomi (Kuriniki method from hand-mix 40 year-old-clay body plus inclusions), wood-fired, white slip, Hagi glaze $175 (only one available).
left: espresso cup, temmoku, impressed stamp decoration. (SOLD) Inquire for availability, $45ea.
center: sake cup, hand-built, shino with white slip, exhibited (SOLD) (Malcolm Davis Shino exhibition, Sandy Springs Museum 2020)
right: espresso cup, shino, rolled rope decoration. (SOLD) Inquire for availability, $45ea.
black tea bowl, hand-built, thin shino on black clay body, $165
left: bowl with colored slips, wood-fired, $500
right: summer tea bowl, wood-fired, $250 (Tea bowl exhibition, Kansas 2019)
low bowl/luncheon plates, wood-fired, nuka with Mac’s deco glaze pours, approx. 7.5 inches dia. $75 each, two available
sake cup, handbuilt, temmoku glaze, wood-fired, $150 (Palliative Pour exhibition NCECA 2018)