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Old Japanese Vase 1400-1500 Mid-Muromachi Period Bizen Jar / Tsubo

$1,800

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We Japanese introduce unique items with unique aesthetics, purchasing routes, and ways that no one can imitate. From the characteristics of the shape and the pattern of the waves, I think it is an old Japanese Bizen ware vase from the 15th-16th centuries. Bizen is a kiln located in Okayama prefecture, Japan. It is one of the oldest ceramics in Japan. The beautiful color that occurs when it is baked in a kiln is attractive. Japanese people have long liked this kind of beauty that can happen by chance. This has traces of repairing cracks from the mouth to the torso. There are also fine streaks on the inside, but these are not cracked. However, if you put water directly in it, it will bleed, so when you grow flowers, put an elongated container in this vase. It is a recommended item.

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    Ships From: Taito-ku, Japan
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