Japanese Hail Cast Iron Teapot Tetsubin
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Directory: Vintage Arts: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Metalwork: Pre 1920: item # 792444
Please refer to our stock # 6247 when inquiring.
Taihei 9-4, Kita-ku
Estimated from late 19th to early 20th century, impressive dokurakuen and hail motif, cast iron teapot tetsubin with bronze lid singed by Ryubun do, a pominent Japanese metal worker. Overall condition is very good. Dokurakuen is one of the tea room founded in late 16th century by Sennno Rikyu.
Size: 19.5cm high by 15cm wide(7.7" by 5.9")
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