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Mokubei & Yoshidaya Style Kutani Ware Porcelain Wine Goblet Set of 2

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Mokubei & Yoshidaya Style Kutani Ware Porcelain Wine Goblet Set of 2

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Made in Ishikawa Japan

Set of 2 Porcelain Wine Goblet

The brass stem and porcelain cup are delicately balanced, and it gives it strength as well as beauty. It may just seem like a regular wine glass, however you can also enjoy other drinks as well like Sake.

Mokubei Style

Around 80 years after the Ko-Kutani's decline went down, the Kasugayama klin was founded. Aoki Mokubei introduced to the world his own style, the Mokubei style, with Chinese style overlay and figures drawn in five Kutani colors, suspended on a base red layer.

Yoshidaya Style

A style that restored the one of Aote Ko-Kutani. With green, yellow, dark blue and green, Yoshidaya painted the surface of the whole plate without the use of red. There is a unique feeling attached to the style of Yashidaya, mostly because of the detailed patterns and the dignified style present in the art work.

Kutani ware relies on the precision of the potters that make the bases and paint them – although all potters have a key role to play in the production of these beautiful ceramics. With each change in generation, a new line of potters need to be trained in this ancient art, and although sometimes it can be arduous training, the results are astonishing. We wish to continue this craft and skill into the future.

  • Goblet measures H: 5.9" Diameter: 2.85"
  • NOT Dishwasher Safe
  • Made in Japan

Kutani Ware

Kutani ware is a style of Japanese porcelain first established by Goto Saijiro after the mid-seventeenth century. Production of Kutani ware ceased at the end of the 17th century, but commenced again in the 19th century. The porcelain style is known for five colors: red, yellow, green, purple and navy, which are used to paint over dynamic line drawings.