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Tominaga Genroku (1859 - 1920)
Tominaga Genroku was a talented potter who worked in Ureshino near Arita, Japan during the Meiji Era (1868 - 1912). His accomplishments include attaining a position as head of the Protection of Cultural Properties Commission, and winning third prize at the Fifth National Industrial Exposition in 1903.
Examples of his work are included in many highly regarded Japanese porcelain reference books along with such artists as Makuzu Kozan, Seifu Yohei III, Shofu Katei, and Nishiura Enji.
Height: 6.5 inches
Width: 6.75 inches
Age: Meiji to Taisho (1900 - 1920)
Mark: Genroku Sei