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Japanese Pottery1047 of 1063MY MYSTERY KENDI POTTERY CERAMIC WATER CONTAINER OR SMOKING DEVICE 1948 Japanese Plate~Dated & Signed in Glaze~Multiple Signatures, Very Interesting
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    Posted 8 years ago

    mosk
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    A beautiful antique painted vase manufactured in Japan. The vase is embellished with gold griffin patterning and gilding.
    With a banded color white background. Around the body with designs, and the vase is adourned with raised designs in green, red, and blue.
    I am trying to know the history of the vase actually the age. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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    1. Micmac, 8 years ago
      Its late 20th century with cracked glaze effect so it looks older.
    2. mosk mosk, 8 years ago
      Thanks Micmac, its not cracked glaze that is just shade, i'll update the pictures later then you check it.
    3. Micmac, 8 years ago
      OK mate, its late 20th century though, but its nice no matter the age.

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