The unique arabesque pattern is divided into three colored areas, and the way the glaze on the outside is applied to create the appearance of flowing glaze, as well as the one-pointed design that looks like a button, make this a very interesting confectionary bowl.
It is thought to be from the early Showa period. Although it is from the Showa period, the idea is very modern.
The reverse seal says "Kutani," so it is genuine Kutani, but compared to typical Kutani, it does not look like Kutani. This is also interesting.
It is wonderful not only for sweets, but also for serving on the table as a salad bowl or as a pot cover for small plants. We will be happy if you can use and love it with your own ideas.
It comes with a box. Please note that there are some gaps in the box due to its old age. (See the photo).
Size: 17 cm (diameter) x 9 cm (height)
Weight: 545g (excluding the wooden box)
Please! There are no noticeable chips on this item, but it is a vintage item and may have some age-related defects such as stains, color gradation, black spots from firing, and roughness on the bottom that do not affect it as a vessel. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us. Please understand that we do not accept returns of vintage items for the above reasons.