"Dainippon Kutani" milk pitcher.
It is believed to have been produced during the Meiji period (1874-1887, when Kutani exports were particularly popular), when the government put a lot of effort into exporting. It is also said to be Seikado-zukuri, but it is not certain because there is no backmark.
Kutani-esque orange red, with fans and folding fans drawn on it. The gold dot pattern is drawn on the fan part, and you can feel the unevenness when you touch it.
It is a very beautiful milk pitcher as a whole form, such as a spout that appeals firmly and a designed handle.
Please take a look at the matching sugar pot and tea cup.
Size: diameter about 4.5 cm x height 12 cm x bottom about 8.5 cm
Length from spout to handle: 11cm
Please note that this item has no noticeable chips or cracks, but since it is a vintage item, there may be stains, color fading, black spots during firing, and rough bottoms that do not affect the quality of the vessel. Please purchase after understanding. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us. Please note that we cannot accept returns of vintage items for the above reasons.