Japanese Seiji, Celadon Porcelain Pot by Miyanaga Tozan 2nd.

Japanese Seiji, Celadon Porcelain Pot by Miyanaga Tozan 2nd.

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Directory: Vintage Arts: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1970: Item # 1343420

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The size of Pot: 2 1/2” Dia x 3 3/8” High (63 mm x 87 mm). The pot was made by pretty Seiji, Celadon porcelain work by Miyanaga Tozan 2 who was the master of Seiji works as well as his father M. Tozan 1st. It has the design of flower carved and glazed. The pot is used for Shoyu sauce or vinegar in Chinese food. The condition of pot is excellent, no chip, no crack and no hairline. No Tomobko.

Miyanaga Tozan 2nd (1907-1995): He has studied under Miyanaga Tozan 1st (1868-1941), He has succeeded Tozan 2nd in Showa 16th, 1941. He was skillful as Miyanaga Tozan 1st. He created many tea ceremony utensils as well as, flower relating porcelain works with using different techniques and glazing. He was the committee member of Kyoto Traditional Art and Crafts association.