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Name: JAPANESE 20TH-21ST CENTURY PORCELAIN VASE BY TERUI ICHIGEN
SOLD
Inventory #: ZY-32
Description: Japanese 20th-21st century porcelain vase by ceramic artist TERUI ICHIGEN. The white porcelain vase has a wave design carved into the side and is covered in a bluish green celadon glaze. TERUI ICHIGEN was an apprentice of Living National Treasure artist, INOUE MANJI. He has his own kiln (DAKEGAMA) in Arita, Japan. This vase comes with TOMOBAKO, or original artist signed wooden storage box. The vase measures 9 3/4" tall and 9" in diameter. (rukasu)
Age: 20th-21st Century
Size: 9 3/4"H by 9" Diameter
Price: Sold