Ko-Imari Blue and White Cup with Clouds and Geese Design, Set of 2 | Japan, 18C


Imari ware cups set of two fired in the middle to late Edo period. A running pattern of multiple clouds floating in the sky and a flock of flapping geese are drawn on the wall. It is thought that they were used as Muko-zuke (side dish) because of the inverted trapezoidal shape similar to that of Soba-Choko. Small size suitable for sake sets is preferable, as well as rare paintings.

Both pieces are in good condition. One is soft fired, and there are few crackle glazes partly extended like hairlines, but it does not pass through the other side.

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