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US Japanese Artisian Pottery Gallery

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Post  AnaIkimaru on Fri Apr 23, 2010 11:12 pm

Sara Japanese Pottery
950 Lexington Ave. New York, NY 10021Bet. 69th &70thSt.
Tel: (212) 772-3243

Sara opened in 1990 specializing in Japanese dinnerware created by both Japanese and American artisans. Not only does Sara carry works created by well known artists, we also have a deep commitment to bringing up-and-coming artists' work to light. Sara isn't limited to just ceramics but also glass, bamboo, textile, lacquer and even iron sculptures. Our goal is to introduce masterful works of art to be enjoyed by everyone. Through this web site we hope to keep you informed about new works, as well as upcoming events such as the exhibition, "Connecting through Clay, Karatsu Pottery", Sara held in New York in 2005.

Sara Japanese Pottery is a one-minute's walk from the Chado Urasenke Tea Chapter. If you're there, you should really check it out! They have works by National Living Treasures in this shop. A lot of the pottery is higher-end, but here are items to please every budget in this shop.

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