3 military sake bottles from Japan
2 Navy sake bottles both are "Term Fulfillment Commemorative"
1 Army sake bottle. The rare military sake bottle in the middle is a "Banko" porcelain/pottery that is handcarved. This is a Imperial Japanese Army sake bottle that is made by Itsukaku Yaki the Itsukushima shrine close to Hiroshima.
The carved motive is of the The Ulmil Pavilion in Pyongyang, Korea. The pavilion was built as the north command post of the inner-wall of the Pyongyang fort and is from the middle of the 6th century. It was bombed during the Korean war but was rebuilt.
The bottle has got the text "Korea Discharge Commemorative" on the back.
They are used and has some damages and signs of use but displays well! Pleas see the pictures
Height ca 14-15 cm
- 2 IJ Navy Bottles and one Rare IJ Army sake bottle, Pyongyang Ulmil Pavilione carved motive
- Country of Origin
- Army Unit
- Army and Navy
- Original/ Replica
- Good condition
- Comes with certificate of authenticity