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Japanese Edo Shoki Imari Sake Bottle with Kintsugi

Early 17th Century

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Description

A porcelain sake bottle from the early Edo period.

  • Abstract design in underglaze cobalt blue.
  • Shoki Imari is literally translated as Early Imari and was one of the first types of porcelain produced in Arita, located in the Saga Prefecture.
  • Lacquer kintsugi repair to the mouth rim.
  • Tomobako storage box.

Condition Report

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Glazing and firing flaws with minute chips to the foot rim.

Old kintsugi repair to mouth rim.

Dimensions

Height: 5.5 inches / 13.97 cm
Diameter: 3.4 inches / 8.64 cm

Materials

Porcelain, Pine

Decorative Style

Asian Decorative Arts

Country of Origin

Japan

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