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    Posted 12 years ago

    Budek
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    Hello,
    I found this today. It appears to be vintage mid century, with a wonderful scratched/carved decoration.
    The bottom and interior are shiny black, the decorated sides are also glazed. It has wonderful stout feet and a curious angular shape.
    There's a mark on the bottom beneath the black glaze, only a hint of it can be seen, ( it looks like a Japanese Crest design ).
    It measures approximatley 10 inches long, 5 1/4 inches wide.
    Look familiar?
    Thanks for looking, and for any information you may have to share.
    Tony.

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    Comments

    1. vetraio50 vetraio50, 12 years ago
      It's an ikebana pot, isn't it?
      A Japanese use of Deco, nice!
      Very Constance Spry!
    2. Budek Budek, 12 years ago
      Vet,
      It is an Ikebana pot,.....why didn't that occur to me?
      Having that revealed to me I discovered that the mark is for the Yamasan company.
      Thank You, Thank You, Thank You!
      and You, too, Bellin!
    3. Budek Budek, 12 years ago
      Thanks for the love, Bellin.

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