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ca. 1700–10 Culture:Japanese Medium:Hard-paste porcelain with colored enamels over transparent glaze (Hizen ware; Kakiemon type)

An 18th Century Japanese Porcelain Dish from the Arita Kilns. The Dish has Moulded Relief Decoration in the Form of a Crane with Outstretched Wings Which is Decorated in Blue and White. For a very similar 18th century Japanese porcelain dish but decorated in enamels in addition to blue and white see : Japanese Export Porcelain, Catalogue of the Collection of the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford (Oliver Impey, Hotei Publishing, Amsterdam,2002) page 242 plate 426.

Hexagonal jar with Flower and Bird Decoration (one of a pair) | Japan | Edo period (1615–1868) | The Met

Modern, modular, and multi-functional - each piece is stack-able with pieces of the same diameter. Made in Hasami – a district in Nagasaki, Japan that’s been producing ceramics for over 400 years. Shop it at!