Japanese Blue and White Porcelain Kogo Incense Burner
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Directory: Vintage Arts: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1920: item # 805011
Please refer to our stock # 5632 when inquiring.
Taihei 9-4, Kita-ku
Exquisite and impressive blue and white work on the white porcelain, koro incense burner made by 2nd generation of Chikusen Miura (1882-1920), one of the prominent potter mainly producing tea utensils from Kyoto. Because he passed away at the age of 39, his works are highly valued due to rarity. Currently, 5th generation of Chikusen is the master. It is very good in condition with no chips or cracks and comes with a custom wooden storage box.
Size: 10.5cm high by 9.5cm wide(4.1" by 3.7")
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