This is very Japanese Edo late 18th- early 19th century Porcelain Eraku ware covered hanging Hibachi with an original gold and gilded mounts. It is made with cobalt blue floral and butterfly decorations and fine gilding over orange- red background. The original gold mounts are in a shape of butterflies with hinges applied over the bottom and original gold plated chains that are mounted to them (and go trough the holes in the handles).
The Hibachi is signed on the center of the bottom. It has no wear to the gold. It has no chips, cracks, losses, or damages. The interior is partly unglazed.
This object is very rare and is of a museum quality.
The Hibachi measures 7 3/4 inches in Diameter by 5 3/4 inches tall.
The length (with a chain) is 27 inches.