N. 83798717

Venduti
Vaso - Porcellana, Vaso spesso rivestito di smalto bianco - Giappone  (Senza Prezzo di Riserva)
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3 settimane fa

Vaso - Porcellana, Vaso spesso rivestito di smalto bianco - Giappone (Senza Prezzo di Riserva)

This is a vase made by Okamoto Akira of Sakatsu-yaki kiln. The vase, based on white color, is somewhat thick and coated with a thick glaze. The black dots and lines are areas where the white glaze is not applied, adding depth to the fusion of these two patchy patterns. Additionally, there are small protrusions on the sides of the upper part, which create a significant impact. One side towards the bottom has a slightly bluish hue. Sakatsu-yaki was first established by the founder Okamoto Suetaro (also known as Togyoku) in 1869 (Meiji 2) at the foot of Mt. Tsurugata, in the town of Ebisu, using clay from Kurashiki's Aranadanada, and bringing potters from Hagi to start. In 1876 (Meiji 9), upon hearing of the quality clay in Sakatsu, the kiln was moved there, initially constructing a kiln at the foot of Mount Kabuto (also known as Kozan, Kamutozan, Hachimanzan, Ryuzan), naming the pottery "Kamutoyaki" and using a stamp shaped like a helmet for authentication. Later, Kamutoyaki was renamed Kozanyaki, and the kiln stamp was changed to "Kozan" or later to "Nishiyama" after the kiln built at the foot of Mount Nishiyama. Eventually, the pottery came to be known as Sakatsu-yaki based on the place name. Since the beginning of the Showa era, kiln stamps of "Sakatsu" or "Sakatsu" have been used. Vase size Width 14.3 cm Depth 14.5 cm Top 11.7 cm Bottom 13.5 cm Height 24.3 cm Weight 2400 kg Box size Width 15.2 cm Depth 15.3 cm Height 28.3 cm Total Weight 3420 g Condition: Condition is good. There is almost no usability. There may be scratches, dirt, fading, peeling, etc. I kept it at home. There are many photos, so please take a look. Atention: The items listed for sale are all used collectibles. Please consider them to have signs of aging, such as stains, scratches, scuffs, tears, discoloration, fading, fraying, and changes in thread color. We will post as many photos as possible to make it easy to understand. As these are old items, we appreciate your understanding before making a purchase. Shipping: The lot will be carefully packaged and shipped from Japan. We will use either DHL or FedEx for a safe and secure transportation. It usually takes about 2-3 weeks for delivery, and the package will be shipped with a tracking number. Import duties, taxes, VAT, and any other charges are not included in the item price and shipping cost. Please check your country's import duties before bidding. 022123020502

N. 83798717

Venduti
Vaso - Porcellana, Vaso spesso rivestito di smalto bianco - Giappone  (Senza Prezzo di Riserva)

Vaso - Porcellana, Vaso spesso rivestito di smalto bianco - Giappone (Senza Prezzo di Riserva)

This is a vase made by Okamoto Akira of Sakatsu-yaki kiln.
The vase, based on white color, is somewhat thick and coated with a thick glaze. The black dots and lines are areas where the white glaze is not applied, adding depth to the fusion of these two patchy patterns. Additionally, there are small protrusions on the sides of the upper part, which create a significant impact. One side towards the bottom has a slightly bluish hue.

Sakatsu-yaki was first established by the founder Okamoto Suetaro (also known as Togyoku) in 1869 (Meiji 2) at the foot of Mt. Tsurugata, in the town of Ebisu, using clay from Kurashiki's Aranadanada, and bringing potters from Hagi to start. In 1876 (Meiji 9), upon hearing of the quality clay in Sakatsu, the kiln was moved there, initially constructing a kiln at the foot of Mount Kabuto (also known as Kozan, Kamutozan, Hachimanzan, Ryuzan), naming the pottery "Kamutoyaki" and using a stamp shaped like a helmet for authentication. Later, Kamutoyaki was renamed Kozanyaki, and the kiln stamp was changed to "Kozan" or later to "Nishiyama" after the kiln built at the foot of Mount Nishiyama. Eventually, the pottery came to be known as Sakatsu-yaki based on the place name. Since the beginning of the Showa era, kiln stamps of "Sakatsu" or "Sakatsu" have been used.

Vase size
Width 14.3 cm
Depth 14.5 cm
Top 11.7 cm
Bottom 13.5 cm
Height 24.3 cm
Weight 2400 kg

Box size
Width 15.2 cm
Depth 15.3 cm
Height 28.3 cm
Total Weight 3420 g

Condition:
Condition is good. There is almost no usability. There may be scratches, dirt, fading, peeling, etc. I kept it at home. There are many photos, so please take a look.

Atention:
The items listed for sale are all used collectibles. Please consider them to have signs of aging, such as stains, scratches, scuffs, tears, discoloration, fading, fraying, and changes in thread color. We will post as many photos as possible to make it easy to understand. As these are old items, we appreciate your understanding before making a purchase.

Shipping:
The lot will be carefully packaged and shipped from Japan.
We will use either DHL or FedEx for a safe and secure transportation. It usually takes about 2-3 weeks for delivery, and the package will be shipped with a tracking number.
Import duties, taxes, VAT, and any other charges are not included in the item price and shipping cost. Please check your country's import duties before bidding.

022123020502

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