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Yoshidaya Peony Kutani Ware Tea Set with Back Handle Pot

$366.00
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Yoshidaya Peony Kutani Ware Tea Set with Back Handle Pot

$366.00
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Delivery times may be longer than usual

Although mail items to the United States from Japan are currently being accepted, it is expected to take more than two to three weeks to load the items that have already been accepted on airplanes to that country due to the significant reduction and suspension of flights.
We sincerely apologize that delivery will take more time than usual. It would be appreciated if you would kindly understand this situation in advance.

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Made in Ishikawa Japan

Set includes back handle tea pot and 5 cups.

Hand made in Japan, this hand painted porcelain sake set has been inspired by the Yoshidaya ware that is very traditional – in fact, it was first created by Yoshidaya Denemon in 1824. The four basic colors that are used within this sake set are yellow, green, blue, and aubergine. Although this style of porcelain was only made for around seven years, the pottery that was created went on to inspire a huge number of other potteries and kilns, especially in Komatsu and Terai. The detailed patterns that are created here make each and every single porcelain set completely unique. You will be able to amaze and treat your friends and guests with your sake bottles and cups set.

Gorgeous Kutani porcelain ware tea set. Kutani is Japan’s important cultural treasure. Within Japanese culture, celebrations are linked with red and white plums – which makes this sake set the perfect present for someone who will be celebrating a graduation, promotion, marriage, or really anything!

  • Tea cup measures H: 2" Diameter: 3.25"
  • 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.