SAKE FLASK WITH ABSTRACTION (Dealer: hotoke) – Ash-glazed Seto stoneware sake bottle used at a bar/eating house (with the shop name of two kanji letters signed boldly) in Edo-Meiji period, 19th century, Japan, approx. H 24 x D 15cm (9.44 x 5.90in). Quite an unusual and rare highlight of such magnificent ‘keshiki’ (‘landscape’) of abstraction caused by mixtured factor of unexpected natural glaze reaction and rich maturation through the long time use of human hands and sake, with aesthetic defects including glaze-peelings and stains as is. No leak.
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