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Kenzan-style ewer with design of floral scrolls, Edo.

~ arsvitaest: Kenzan-style ewer with design of floral scrolls Origin: JapanDate: centuryMedium: Buff clay, clear glaze, enamels over glazeLocation: Freer and Sackler Galleries, The Smithsonian’s Museums of Asian Art .

Paragon Floral Tea Cup and Saucer - By Appointment to HM The Queen and HM Queen

Paragon Floral Tea Cup and Saucer - By Appointment to HM The Queen and HM Queen

silver kettle

¤ A silver tea kettle Taisho period (early century) Of disc form with cylindrical spout engraved with geometric patterns and with triple-aoi mon, the slightly concave cover surmounted by a pierced floral finial, the loop handle hinged 5 high

Teapot by Yasuko Ozeki  Japanese potter Yasuko Ozeki produces wheel thrown tableware and vessels at her workshop in Seto City. Ozeki uses a variety of traditional techniques to create the linear decoration that is a common feature of her work.

Teapot by Yasuko Ozeki Japanese potter Yasuko Ozeki produces wheel thrown tableware and vessels at her workshop in Seto City. Ozeki uses a variety of traditional techniques to create the linear decoration that is a common feature of her work.

Théière japonaise en argent

signed Japanese Silver Teapot Floral Foliate Design Copper Butterfly Finial in Antiques, Asian Antiques, Japan, Teapots

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