3500 "Make us an offer" Listings/. Antique Pair 19C Kutani Japanese Porcelain Vases Marked Meiji Birds of Prey. Wonderfull and nicely made artifacts of high quality.
With a stunning scene of birds of prey in flight in a landscape scene with flowers and other birds. It is believed that Kutani ware was first manufactured in what was the Kaga Province of Japan in the seventeenth century, supposedly inspired by the techniques used at Arita. However production of Kutani ware ceased towards the end of the 17th century, and it was not until the 19th century that production was revived. The objects produced during the short period of about 60 years that the kilns were in production in the 17th century are called ko Kutani, but objects from this period rarely appear on the market.
The colours used included a brownish red, muddy yellow and intense green, on a greyish ground. Many different porcelain products were made, mostly for the Western market, including tea and coffee sets, dishes, bowls, incense burners and small decorative items. We can not control this. For China (& rest of Asia) & US allow at least 2 to 3 weeks. Depending on the situation it can take up to 1.5 month.
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