chawan - Kakiemon lidded teabowl decorated with auspicious pomegranate, bats and kotobuki - Porcelain - Japan - mid 20th century

Description
chawan - Kakiemon lidded teabowl decorated with auspicious pomegranate, bats and kotobuki - Porcelain - Japan - mid 20th century
Very good condition, see description - 8×14.5×14.5 cm

chawan - Kakiemon lidded teabowl decorated with auspicious pomegranate, bats and kotobuki - Porcelain - Japan - mid 20th century

Japanese porcelain chawan (bowl with lid) from the mid-Showa period (mid-20th century), decorated with underglaze blue as well as overglaze enamels and gold, showing pomegranates, bats and the "kotobuki" (good fortune) character. It was produced by the XII. Kakiemon Sakaida, one of the most famous porcelain artists of his era.

Diameter 14.5 cm (6"), height 8 cm (3"),

marked "Kakiemon" in underglaze blue.

Very good condition.

Lot details
Object
chawan
Technique
Handpainted
Material
Porcelain
Period
Mid 20th century
Region/ Country of origin
Japan
Artist/ Maker
Kakiemon XII
Decor/ ware
Kakiemon lidded teabowl decorated with auspicious pomegranate, bats and kotobuki
Condition
Very good condition, see description
Dimensions
8×14.5×14.5 cm
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