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An Oribe tokkuri

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An Oribe tokkuri

EDO PERIOD (17TH CENTURY)

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An Oribe tokkuri Edo Period (17th Century) A green and white glazed Oribe tokkuri [sake-bottle] with painted reed motifs, some lacquer repair to rim 7¾in. (19.5cm.) high
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Green- and white-glazed Oribe ware with iron painting on the white portions, known as ao-Oribe, was the most popular type of Oribe pottery throughout the history of the ware, which was supposedly initiated in the late 16th century by Furuta Oribe.

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