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pottery that is veined and mottled to resemble agate

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Inoue explains that neriage is "the process of polishing the students' ideas and of developing an integrated mathematical idea through the whole-class discussion" (Inoue, 2012, p.
Matsui Kosei (1927-2003) practiced a different style of neriage or marbleised clay.
Also seemingly here for beauty and skill are Kamio Ogata's works such as Spherical Neriage Vase.
To create vessels, Pottinger uses the traditional Japanese technique of neriage which involves fusing different coloured clays that have been cut and layered.
Makoto had come from Kyoto, where he worked with neriage masters Jinmatsu and Sango Uno as apprentice.