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kato shunka meiji era-celadon raised enamel bowl japan

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Posted 5 years ago


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the marker belongs to kato shunka circa 1868 to 1911-meiji era. it is a hand made celadon bowl with raised relief embellishments. the flower is a peony. kato shunka is a famous japanese artist from the meiji era and his celadon products are collected all over the world.
this beautiful piece is very lovely! it has a rolled over rim that fits perfectly in your hand when using this bowl/plate/server to serve guests. it is very heavy compared to the lighter nippon and noritake items i have.
this antique piece is museum quality. it is 6.5 inches round.
thank you for this site!!
sure would be nice if CW would hire an asian antique expert ;)

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  1. flowerrose, 5 years ago
    Lovely, Beautiful Celadon.
  2. jrfm410, 5 years ago
    thank you for your kind comment...this is my first purchase of didn't even know they called it celadon...once again thank you

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