Saiki - Ancient Japanese ritual earthenware
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Saiki – Ancient Japanese ritual earthenware  (Dealer: misakadou) – Unglazed earthenware composed of stacking multiple small jars in Tumulus period as an excavation from the shore of Yamatogawa river in Nara prefecture, Japan. Hardly found the similar or related reference of what it is actually, but considered to be the equipment used in rituals called ‘Saiki’ as personally. Anyway, very unique and interesting form as is from the ancient time. approx. H 18.5cm (7.28in), W 14cm (5.51in), D 12.5cm (4.92in)



Item price: $700







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