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Japanese Tokanabe vase c1920s.

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    Posted 3 years ago

    manitou71
    (98 items)

    I've now corrected the title and description (thankyou mp.kunst) I couldn't resist it at $4 local thrift store, and since I've learned it's a Japanese chalk ware made for Sears during 1920s/30s.A nicely decorated one ,12" high.

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    1. mp.kunst mp.kunst, 3 years ago
      Search more in this direction:
      https://www.catawiki.com/l/9489747-large-tokanabe-black-chalkware-vase-with-temple-decoration-japan-early-1900s
    2. manitou71, 3 years ago
      Many thanks for the help mp.kunst. Never to old to learn and so pleased when I do!
    3. Peasejean55 Peasejean55, 3 years ago
      Very pretty Japanese Shakudo Vase.
    4. manitou71, 3 years ago
      Thanks for the comment yop and I looked at it again and it's just the black glaze is overly thin over half the bottom.
      Thanks for the help and loves to all.
    5. apostata apostata, 7 months ago
      well i stick to Manitou and not to Natalie Alfers who is one of the majors assessors of the former van der HAM business an incidentally we cross swords and is a very nice person , probably a bit of a lazy assessment

      IMO this is a theoratic alshut out , because of the follow up of the tarif act law 1890 which took place in 1921, IMO this is also stylistically 1921 -1929

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