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Chawan (tea bowl) of Raku type Kyoto ware with crane Takahashi Dôhachi III (1811-1879).; Raku type, Kyoto ware. Earthenware with raku glaze Centimetres: 9.4 (height), 10.2 (outside diameter) 1840 - 1879 AD Early Modern; Edo - Meiji Periods Area of Origin: Japan. ROM Images

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"Hashihime" Shino-Type, Mino Ware Chawan. Japan. Azuchi-Momoyama to Edo Periods, Circa 16th-17th Centuries. 11.5cm x 12.5cm.

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