Japanese Ceramic Kutani Ware Kashiki Kashibachi Vtg Artist Hiroki Yoshida Pottery PX661
Japanese Ceramic Kutani Ware Kashiki Kashibachi Vtg Artist Hiroki Yoshida Pottery PX661
Japanese Ceramic Kutani Ware Kashiki Kashibachi Vtg Artist Hiroki Yoshida Pottery PX661
Japanese Ceramic Kutani Ware Kashiki Kashibachi Vtg Artist Hiroki Yoshida Pottery PX661
Japanese Ceramic Kutani Ware Kashiki Kashibachi Vtg Artist Hiroki Yoshida Pottery PX661
Japanese Ceramic Kutani Ware Kashiki Kashibachi Vtg Artist Hiroki Yoshida Pottery PX661
Japanese Ceramic Kutani Ware Kashiki Kashibachi Vtg Artist Hiroki Yoshida Pottery PX661
Japanese Ceramic Kutani Ware Kashiki Kashibachi Vtg Artist Hiroki Yoshida Pottery PX661
Japanese Ceramic Kutani Ware Kashiki Kashibachi Vtg Artist Hiroki Yoshida Pottery PX661
Japanese Ceramic Kutani Ware Kashiki Kashibachi Vtg Artist Hiroki Yoshida Pottery PX661
Japanese Ceramic Kutani Ware Kashiki Kashibachi Vtg Artist Hiroki Yoshida Pottery PX661
Japanese Ceramic Kutani Ware Kashiki Kashibachi Vtg Artist Hiroki Yoshida Pottery PX661

Japanese Ceramic Kutani Ware Kashiki Kashibachi Vtg Artist Hiroki Yoshida Pottery PX661

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Vtg Japanese Ceramic Kutani Ware Kashiki, Kashibachi, Snack Bowl  

This is a Japanese Kutani ware Ceramic snack bowl, Kashiki or Kashibachi. Kashibachi is a bowl used to serve sweets at a Japanese tea ceremony. This is the work of artist Hiroki Yoshida. He has won numerous awards. The gray bowl is covered with white and pink glaze and painted with gold and green pines.

  • Japanese porcelain snack bowl Kashiki, Kashibachi
  • Used at the Japanese tea ceremony
  • Design: Gold and green pine tree
  • Signature on the bottom Kutani Hiro
  • Comes with a wooden box
  • Words on the lid: Kutani ware, Kashibachi, Kutanihiro
  • Ceramic
  • C1970
  • Item weight: 1100 grams
  • Packed weight: 1700 grams
  • Approx. 19.2 cm wide x 7 cm tall cm
  • Good condition considering its age. Wear and tear due to age. Please see the photos.
  • We acquired this item from an old family estate sale in Nagoya, Japan

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About Us:  We are Dan and Maiko. Since moving to Japan in 2001, we have gained a vast knowledge of Japanese antiques and vintage items and we are happy to bring you many beautiful items from Japan. If you have any questions don't hesitate to get in touch with us. 

 

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