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Kutani porcelain

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Kutani porcelain chawan, pink glaze sakura sei

This tea bowl is made Teruo Wada of Seiryo Kiln who is one of the most famous potter in Kutani. The sign of potter is written on the bottom. Size: Width: 4.6 inch (11.7 cm) Height: 3.0 inch (7.6 c…

A Pair of Large Porcelain Vases Kutani Period Japan, Circa 1830 The covered baluster vases decorated in polychrome enamels and gilt over a clear glaze with panels of courtiers, the surrounding areas painted with various birds, the neck and foot banded by ket frets; chrysanthemum finial Height 34in. Kutani The word Kutani means Nine Valleys and is the name of an area and a village. The two characters that make up the word Kutani consist of the character for "nine", ku and "valley". Since Kutani i

A Pair of Large Porcelain Vases Kutani Period Japan, Circa 1830 The covered baluster vases decorated in polychrome enamels and gilt over a clear glaze with panels of courtiers, the surrounding areas painted with various birds, the neck and foot banded by ket frets; chrysanthemum finial Height 34in. Kutani The word Kutani means Nine Valleys and is the name of an area and a village. The two characters that make up the word Kutani consist of the character for "nine", ku and "valley". Since…

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For sale is a Japanese porcelain Kutani vase or jar, decorated with red and gold pheasant or peacock birds and flowers. Vase is signed on the base. Item is used in good condition, see photos. OTHER NOTES.

Item specifics Condition: Used: An item that has been used previously. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any imperfections. See all condition definitions opens in a new window or tab Seller Notes: “Item is used in good condition, see photos. Some minor wear to design (most notably on the gold paint on the upper rim), no cracks or chips.” Country/Region of Manufacture: Japan

Vintage Japanese Kutani Seven Lucky Gods Moriage Porcelain Figurines, the Seven Immortals, Gods of Good Fortune, Shichi Fukujin in X-SOLD GALLERY $219

Wow! This is a very vibrant and striking set of classic vintage Japanese mythology folklore figurines, circa 1960s-1970s. Each colorful figure features overglazed enamels with fanciful raised moriage relief designs in classic Kutani colors of blue, orange, green, and white. The beautiful and complex moriage decoration entails a raised slip technique which provides a textured, three dimensional finish. The bright white porcelain base is very fine, and the Kutani decoration superbly executed…

Stunning contemporary Japanese Ko-Imari style short stem porcelain mug, hand painted on a gracefully shaped body in cobalt blue, red and green and generous application of gold on a pure white porcelain, characteristic of Ko-Imari style. It is produced in a well respected kiln in the Imari-Kutani region of Japan and has a history of over a century of producing fine porcelain pieces honoring the traditional techniques and patterns. The attractive cartouches on this striking porcelain vase, wi

Stunning contemporary Japanese Ko-Imari style short stem porcelain mug cup, intricately hand painted on a gracefully shaped body in cobalt blue, red and green and generous application of gold on a pure white porcelain, characteristic of Ko-Imari style. It is produced in a well respected kiln in the Imari-Kutani region of Japan and has a history of over a century of producing fine porcelain pieces honoring the traditional techniques and patterns. The attractive cartouches on this striking…

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