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蛇韻律

Kyo Ware Delft Type Flower Vase

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Kyo ware flower vase fired in the late Edo period. It is called “Kyo-Holland”, which originated from the Delftware duplication of the first Ogata Kenzan (1663-1743). It has S-shaped ears on a cup-shaped mouth and draws a phoenix pattern with cobalt over white slip. It was a work when the faithful Delft duplication returned to Chinese style painting, but the appearance without one ear is strangely like a European milk pitcher.

The excellent contrast between a pale loquat colour body and brilliant cobalt blue is preferable. The bottom is unglazed but has no water leakage and no noticeable defects except for kiln effects and ear deletions.

W6cm×H10cm
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