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Momoyama Period Ko-Karatsu tea bowl with Nashiji-Makie Gold Dust

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Richard van Norten - by appointment
Avenue Royal - Luxembourg / Europe

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Absolutely rare flower shaped (Rinka-type) Ko-Karatsu tea bowl. It originates from the famous Yamase kiln in Kishitake, dating back to the Momoyama Period, late 16th century

It has a precious high-end Najishi Gold dust restoration with fragments from the same kiln like the missing pieces. The bowl is unglazed. A real stunning item in museum quality.

A good Japanese wood box and a shifuku are part of my offer.

Size: 6 cm height x 12,8 cm in diameter.

Shipping included.