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Candeliere, bruciatore di incenso e vaso di fiori in ceramica Raku con scatola di legno originale - Ceramica - Kawasaki Waraku 川崎和楽 - Giappone - XX secolo
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Candeliere, bruciatore di incenso e vaso di fiori in ceramica Raku con scatola di legno originale - Ceramica - Kawasaki Waraku 川崎和楽 - Giappone - XX secolo

【Important notes】 ・International Buyers: Import duties, taxes, and charges are not included in the item price or shipping charges. These charges are the buyer’s responsibility. ・Please check with your country’s customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to bidding/buying. These duties are paid to your country's customs office and not to us. Prompt payment of these fees is necessary to ensure delivery of your item. 【Product details】 This exquisite set by the esteemed Kawasaki Waraku. The collection comprises a candlestick featuring a unique spiral column and gold-tipped rim, an incense burner adorned with a gold lattice dome and angular handles, and a flower vase accented with gold bands. Each piece showcases the rich green glazing technique enhanced with gold embellishments, and the distinctive seal of Waraku is prominently stamped on each item, attesting to its authenticity. Kawasaki Waraku is the esteemed seventh-generation potter of the Raku-Ware tradition. The lineage traces back to the Bunsei era, with its founder, Tanzaku-Ya Shichizaemon, operating a teahouse in front of the Yasaka Shrine in Gion. From the second generation, the family has dedicated themselves exclusively to Raku-Ware, receiving accolades including offerings to the Imperial Court. In the 7th year of the Taisho era, Marshal Togo Heihachiro visited their workshop, bestowing upon them the title Waraku. Since then, under the name Waraku, they have continually crafted Raku-Ware suitable for the tea ceremony. This particular set was crafted using a technique that features a green glaze and is decorated with gold leaf or gold dust. The set perfectly marries traditional forms and colors with a modern twist, rendering it a beautiful and radiant impression. Dimensions of Candlestand: approx. H 15 cm W 10.5 cm L 10.5 cm Dimensions of Incense Burner: approx. H 8.5 cm W 11 cm L 9.5 cm ・Please make sure to review all the provided information and images before placing your bid. Thank you for your interest, and happy bidding!

N. 78855011

Non più disponibile
Candeliere, bruciatore di incenso e vaso di fiori in ceramica Raku con scatola di legno originale - Ceramica - Kawasaki Waraku 川崎和楽 - Giappone - XX secolo

Candeliere, bruciatore di incenso e vaso di fiori in ceramica Raku con scatola di legno originale - Ceramica - Kawasaki Waraku 川崎和楽 - Giappone - XX secolo

【Important notes】

・International Buyers: Import duties, taxes, and charges are not included in the item price or shipping charges. These charges are the buyer’s responsibility.
・Please check with your country’s customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to bidding/buying. These duties are paid to your country's customs office and not to us. Prompt payment of these fees is necessary to ensure delivery of your item.

【Product details】

This exquisite set by the esteemed Kawasaki Waraku. The collection comprises a candlestick featuring a unique spiral column and gold-tipped rim, an incense burner adorned with a gold lattice dome and angular handles, and a flower vase accented with gold bands. Each piece showcases the rich green glazing technique enhanced with gold embellishments, and the distinctive seal of Waraku is prominently stamped on each item, attesting to its authenticity.

Kawasaki Waraku is the esteemed seventh-generation potter of the Raku-Ware tradition. The lineage traces back to the Bunsei era, with its founder, Tanzaku-Ya Shichizaemon, operating a teahouse in front of the Yasaka Shrine in Gion. From the second generation, the family has dedicated themselves exclusively to Raku-Ware, receiving accolades including offerings to the Imperial Court. In the 7th year of the Taisho era, Marshal Togo Heihachiro visited their workshop, bestowing upon them the title Waraku. Since then, under the name Waraku, they have continually crafted Raku-Ware suitable for the tea ceremony.

This particular set was crafted using a technique that features a green glaze and is decorated with gold leaf or gold dust. The set perfectly marries traditional forms and colors with a modern twist, rendering it a beautiful and radiant impression.

Dimensions of Candlestand: approx. H 15 cm W 10.5 cm L 10.5 cm
Dimensions of Incense Burner: approx. H 8.5 cm W 11 cm L 9.5 cm


・Please make sure to review all the provided information and images before placing your bid.

Thank you for your interest, and happy bidding!

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