Old kutani copy-e, teapot


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This tea pot is an old Kutani copy.

The color scheme of yellow and green, symbolic of Kutani, is very modern. The rounded form looks like a fruit orange and is very pretty.

It is a Kutani Seiho (back seal) piece. It is old, but has been stored unused. It is thought to be relatively recent, around the Showa period. There is a faint stain on the bottom back.

There is a matching teacup and teacup, but this teapot has a very strong presence by itself, so it would be nice to use it with white porcelain western teacups as an accent on your table.

If you are interested in the matching teacups sold separately, please click on the link below.

Tea Bowl with Lid, Ko-Kutani copy-e 

Size; approximate diameter of the main body (at its fullest point) 11 cm x height (including the lid) approx. 8.5 cm

Weight: 298g

Please! There are no noticeable chips on this item, but it is a vintage item and may have some age-related stains, color grazing, black spots from firing, and roughness on the bottom that do not affect the bowl.

The red circular stain on the lid is the border between glazed and unglazed areas.

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.