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Name: JAPANESE LATE 20TH CENTURY LARGE CHARGER WITH PINE TREE DESIGN BY YASUDA MICHIO
SOLD
Inventory #: YY-30
Description: Japanese late 20th century large charger by Japanese ceramic artist, YASUDA MICHIO. The large charger is done with a hand-painted pine tree design. This type of ceramics is called IKKO-ware from Mr. Yasuda's kiln located in SHIGA Prefecture. The charger is signed by the artist in back. It comes with TOMOBAKO, or original artist signed wooden storage box. The charger measures 19 7/8" in diameter and 2" tall. (kanesu)
Age: Late 20th Century
Size: 19 7/8"Diameter by 2"H
Price: Sold