Incense burner - Arita - Porcelain - Koimari 古伊万里 pattern on Arita ware 有田焼 made in Kisen gama 其泉窯 - With mark 'Nichi hi Kisen Showa nen' 日肥其泉昭和年 (Made in Showa at the Kisen kiln, in Hizen, Japan) - Japan - Mid 20th century
Originally, Arita ware was used by the Saga feudal lord, or was offered to generals. It was exported to Europe in the middle of the 17th century and was called "IMARI"（伊万里） by royal nobles and was loved. "Arita ware = luxury goods" method of making Arita ware was a so-called secret technique. Arita porcelain is also designated as a national traditional craft.
It is traditional auspicious pattern called arabesque pattern. This pattern symbolizes "longevity, prosperity, development, and permanence" from the appearance of the ivy growing robustly.
It is with a lid that puts incense inside. Good condition.
approximately 8.3 cm wide/ 10.6 cm high.
An inscription on the bottom of the ceramic tube.
- Incense burner
- Old Imari Brocade Gold orchid Porcelain 古伊万里金襴
- Mid 20th century
- Region/ Country of origin
- Artist/ Maker
- Brand:Showa in Nihi
- Theme/ depiction
- Koimari 古伊万里 pattern on Arita ware 有田焼 made in Kisen gama 其泉窯
- Decor/ ware
- Title of artwork
- With mark 'Nichi hi Kisen Showa nen' 日肥其泉昭和年 (Made in Showa at the Kisen kiln, in Hizen, Japan)
- Very good condition, see description
- 8.3×8.3×10.6 cm