Vintage Tea Sencha Set kutani
country of origin Japan
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Kutani ware (九谷焼 Kutani-yaki) – first historical information from 1655. Tea set from Kobe, Japan.
porcelain kyusu teapot Ø 9.5 cm x height 7 cm, 270 ml, potter´s signature on the spout
5 porcelain cups Ø 7.5 cm x height 4.5 cm, 110 ml, potter´s signature on the bottom
Tea set was made by a famous potter, Shoho Kutani about 30 years ago.
Birds and other unique patterns are hand-painted.
Good condition. No chips, No cracks.
Kutani ware (九谷焼 Kutani-yaki) – first historical information from 1655
is a style of Japanese porcelain Gotō Saijirō, a member of the Maeda clan, set up a kiln in the village of Kutani (now part of the city of Kaga) on the order of Maeda Toshiharu, ruler of the Kaga domain. The porcelain style is known for multiple colors such as greens, blues, yellows, purples, and reds and bold designs covering most of the surface of each piece.
Country of origin: Japan