The size of vase: 8 1/4" Dia x 5 7/8" High. Very unusual Kyo Yaki Ceramic Vase. It is from Edo period, mid 18 Century, around 1750-1780’s. The vase with two ears on side of top shoulder. It is made with stoneware type body which is not earthen. It has crackle glazing on surface. The design of Sansui, landscape design painted with Gosu under glaze blue. The condition of vase is excellent, No chip, no crack and no hairline. There are some of age wear spots on the edge but they are Kamadashi ato (original kiln spots). Some original old glazing repelled spots as well including left side of house top roof with glaze off spot with Kamahi. Please see the photos. One little glaze off spot at the top of vase which is showing very old dark spot. The indentation on the bottom is tracing of leaf and stem buried in the clay when the vase was made, they were burned off in kiln. The wedged spot does not go thru into bottom of vase. Other minor kiln flaw are expected as the age of vase. The vase was made with Turn table(Rokuro). The most unusal vase seen. The vase appeared to be used as oil pot from inside. The design of landscape showing more Kenzan style. Regular price was $685.00.