Fukagawa Japanese Porcelain Imperial Fine China Blue and White Hand-Painted Vase Peony Peonies

Fukagawa Japanese Porcelain Imperial Fine China Blue and White Hand-Painted Vase Peony Peonies

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 www.trnk-nyc.com!

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 www.trnk-nyc.com!

A Pair of Japanese Porcelain Green & White Phoenix Transfer Teacup and  Saucer Antique C 1890 by 88AsianAntiques on Etsy

A Pair of Japanese Porcelain Green & White Phoenix Transfer Teacup and Saucer Antique C 1890

A Pair of Japanese Porcelain Green & White Phoenix Transfer Teacup and Saucer Antique C 1890 by 88AsianAntiques on Etsy

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.

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.

The history of ARITA began in 1616, when the Korean potter, Ri Sanpei, discovered kaolin at Mt. Izumiyama in Arita Area and made porcelain for the first time in Japan. Arita is the oldest porcelain style that currently exists in Japan, and is designated as a Traditional Crafts by the Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry, since 1977.

The history of ARITA began in 1616, when the Korean potter, Ri Sanpei, discovered kaolin at Mt. Izumiyama in Arita Area and made porcelain for the first time in Japan. Arita is the oldest porcelain style that currently exists in Japan, and is designated as a Traditional Crafts by the Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry, since 1977.

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