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Showa
1926 -1989
Hizen Imari Porcelain
No.224
Iroe Hakkakubachi
1960 - 1970

8 ½” x 8 ½” & 2 ¼”tall

Japanese studio porcelain made by Ichikawa Koshun, Nabeshima Oniwayaki
Oniwayaki is an official kiln of the Edo period.
Nabeshima iroe porcelain, a reticulated octagonal shallow bowl, hand painted in under glaze blue, a kanji,
kotobuki in the center, with a kiln mark of gyoyo, an apricot leaf shape, also a family crest of Nabeshima
family
The box has a writing with a maker’s signature
Nabeshima Oniwayaki, Kashiki (candy dish)
Ichikawa Koshun saku