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Porcelain Vase, Living National Treasure Yasokichi III

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Deep Purple drapes over coveted yellow fading to green and blue and purple again on this Kutani ichirin-sashi by Living National Treasure Tokuda Yasokichi III enclosed in the original signed wooden box. It is 10 inches (25 cm) tall and in perfect condition
The box is signed Masahiko, dating it pre 1993 when he succeeded the family name. The body of the vase has been brought up to a very narrow neck, just wide enough to receive one flower before it flares out at the top. The vase is 8-1/2 inches (21 cm) diameter, 9 inches (13 cm) tall and in excellent condition. Designated Living National Treasure in 1997 for his supremacy in the use of Kutani glazes, Yasokichi, born Masahiko, has gone a step further than many National Treasures by broadening his spectrum with a new style of Kutani ware. Masahiko graduated from the Kanazawa school of arts, and took up apprenticeship under his father Yasokichi II. His works are held by many private collections, as well as the Polk museum and Kanazawa Contemporary Museum of Art.