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Japanese Antique Kinrande Bowl Made by XII Eiraku Zengoro (1823–1896)


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Directory: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1900: Item # 1427308
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Japanese Antique Gold Enamel Kinrande Bowl made by XII Eiraku Zengoro (1823–1896) with Phoenix Motif and Exquisite Gold Kintsugi Repair The bowl has a cobalt blue signature of the potter translated as "Made by Eiraku in Great Japan" XII Eiraku Zengoro (1823–1896) belongs to one of the most influential Kutani pottery family in Kyoto in 19 century. He became the head of the family in 1843 at the age of 20 with the name Wazen after retirement of his father Hozen. This bowl is more likely made after 1874 when Eiraku established his kiln in Aichi prefecture improving his techniques in gold enamel kinrande style. His works are held in Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. Size Diameter 16cm Height 9.5cm Weight 355g Condition The bowl has been skillfully repaired in kintsugi gold lacquer technique making it unique.