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Ichi菓 Kimura SoMakoto the 1st

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MIHO MUSEUM

MIHO MUSEUM

Oribe mukozuke dish Momoyama period (1568-1615) lobed form dish decorated with glassy green glaze and iron-oxide tsurushi kaki (hanging dried persimmon) pattern Dia. 15.24 cm

Oribe mukozuke dish Momoyama period lobed form dish decorated with glassy green glaze and iron-oxide tsurushi kaki (hanging dried persimmon) pattern Dia.

MIHO MUSEUM  Watanabe Soshin (Back)

Square Dish with Orchids Design Painting by Watanabe Soshin

Rectangular sake bottle with decoration of landscape, 18th-19th century

From the Harvard Art Museums’ collections Rectangular Sake Bottle with Decoration of Landscape

Tile: Red Oribe Ware; Platform for Tea in Summer

Platform for Tea in Summer

Watanabe Soshin Square plate  MIHO MUSEUM

Square Dish with Orchids Design Painting by Watanabe Soshin

Set of Five Food Vessels for the Tea Ceremony Japan, Momoyama period (1573-1615) Furnishings; Serviceware Oribe ware; glazed stoneware a-e) Vessel: 1 1/2 x 5 3/4 x 6 1/2 in. (3.81 x 14.61 x 16.51 cm) each

Japan Set of Five Food Vessels for the Tea Ceremony, Momoyama period Ceramic; glazed stoneware, a-e) Vessel: 1 x 5 x 6 in.

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