Seto Ware Bottle Covered With Ash Glaze | Japan, 18C


A simple sake bottle with ash glaze. It was made in the Mino / Seto area during the Edo period in Japan.

It was used as a container for Japanese Sake, but also it is said that using for soy sauce sometimes. The shape of bottle was changed by each period of that time, therefore the age can be told by looking at its shape so that this piece was made around 1780-1810.

Two different sizes of a tawny and light green are available. Both includes chipping on the mouth, but no water leakage and the well condition.

Yellow : W13cm × H25cm
Green : W10cm × H23cm
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