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Arita-Yaki (Saga) Shiro-Gama Japanese sake cup (guinomi) 8ARI0065
A mysterious sake cup with ‘Shienko Tenmoku’ appearance, which is created by application of Shinsha (or copper red) and Tenmoku (or iron) glazes ! !
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** Arita-Yaki (Saga) is Traditional Craft Products designated by the Japanese Government on 1977/10/14.
Originated in the early 17th century. The first porcelain ware was produced here in Japan. Initiated by the Korean potter Lee Cham Pyung. Many porcelain products with sophisticated overglaze enamel decoration were exported to European countries. Approx. 159 potteries including Arita-Yaki engage in porcelain production.
|Item Name||Arita-Yaki (Saga) Shiro-Gama Japanese sake cup (guinomi) 8ARI0065|
|Brand||Shiro-Gama (Nobuyuki Soejima)|
|Piece Price ||100.00 USD|
|Material & Spec||porcelain|
|Size(LxWxH)& Weight||60 x 60 x 54 mm & 100 gr (2.3 x 2.3 x 2.1 in & 3.52 oz)|
|Box & Wrapping||Potter's wooden box, wrapped in "Washi" or Japanese hand-made paper|
|Country of Origin||Hand-made in Japan|