Early 1900s Japanese Tea Caddy Signed Minefusa
An excellent early to mid 20th Century hand crafted Natsume (Tea Caddy) from the Wajima region in Ishikawa Prefecture Japan. Signed by Minefusa 峯
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Early 1900s Japanese Tea Caddy Signed Minefusa 峯房
Seven Treasures Tea Caddy Signed Minefusa 峯房. Complete with signed box.
Dimensions 6.5 cm diameter and 6.8 cm high
Early 20th Century handcrafted Urushi lacquer Natsume Tea Caddy with gold and red enamel crafted in Wajima, Japan.
Shippo design, 七宝 meaning “Seven Treasures”.
Excellent condition for age. Light wear & scratches showing on enamel work.
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The Wajima region in Ishikawa Prefecture is well known for high quality lacquer ware since the 17th Century. This traditional Tea Ceremony Caddy is to hold Usu-Cha or fine powdered Green Tea (Matcha).
|Dimensions||6.5 × 6.8 cm|
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