Large Antique Kutani Tsukuru Signed Tea Ceremony Bowl
A complex and beautiful Large Kutani Signed Tea Ceremony Bowl from Meiji era Japan (1868 – 1912). Traditionally used as Kashiki bowls in tea ceremonies.
Beautifully hand painted with real gold pigment and depicting a temple or palace scene.
You can also view this beautifully detailed bowl at Stall 39 in the Armadale Antique Centre, 1147 High Street, Armadale, Victoria, Australia
The bowl has the Seal of Kutani Tsukuru – Kutani Made. Ishikawa Prefecture in Japan.
In excellent condition with no cracks or chips.
SIZE : Diameter 9.4 in : Height 2.8 in : Weight 1050 g
Shipping is Standard Air with tracking via Australia Post approximately 8 business days. If you wish to add insurance to the shipping please contact us directly for a quote. We will make every effort to wrap the bowl so it is well protected for shipping.
Stand not included in this sale.
Kutani originated from the Kutani Village in 1655 and the Arita Village in the Hizen province became the location where students learned the craft of creating Kutani ware porcelain.
And today highly skilled craftsmen produce Kutani porcelain products today using the original traditions developed in 1655. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kutani_ware
|Dimensions||7.8 × 14.8 cm|