Collection - Asia - Japanese art and ceramics

Japanese Kinkozan earthenware creamer from a tea set, Taisho period.

Japanese Kinkozan earthenware creamer from a tea set, Taisho period.

Japanese sake bowl, Kutani.

Japanese sake bowl, Kutani.

Japanese senchawan, a small tea bowl.

Japanese senchawan, a small tea bowl.

Japanese Geisha ware teapot with 3 tea cups and 4 saucers. Unmarked.

Japanese Geisha ware teapot with 3 tea cups and 4 saucers. Unmarked.

Japanese tokkuri 徳利 bottle for warming and serving saké. It is marked Tōhō 東峰 with a Made in Japan paper label. TOHO JAPAN Corporation founded in 1955 Toki-shi, Gifu prefecture.

Japanese tokkuri 徳利 bottle for warming and serving saké. It is marked Tōhō 東峰 with a Made in Japan paper label. TOHO JAPAN Corporation founded in 1955 Toki-shi, Gifu prefecture.

Japanese bronze vase, late Meiji period, ca. 1900.

Japanese bronze vase, late Meiji period, ca. 1900.

Kyo-yaki 京焼 or Kiyomizu-yaki 清水焼 the latter is written in the upper right red seal. It says it's a sake cup (guinomi) in Gohon style, which is a type of tea bowl made in Korea for the Japanese market in the 17th century. 御本手三島 ぐい呑 平安清泉造 gohonde-mishima guinomi Heian Kiyoizumi/Seisen-zō

Kyo-yaki 京焼 or Kiyomizu-yaki 清水焼 the latter is written in the upper right red seal. It says it's a sake cup (guinomi) in Gohon style, which is a type of tea bowl made in Korea for the Japanese market in the 17th century. 御本手三島 ぐい呑 平安清泉造 gohonde-mishima guinomi Heian Kiyoizumi/Seisen-zō

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