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Name: JAPANESE EARLY 20TH CENTURY CERAMIC SAKE BOTTLE
SOLD
Inventory #: U-2938
Description: Japanese Early 20th Century large ceramic SAKE bottle. The large bottle has the name TSUCHIDA, probably for the name of the local SAKE shop, along with more writing on the sides. The brown slip and part of the ceramic base has been cut into when the character were written on the bottle, showing that this was all done before the bottle had been fired. These bottles were used by the restaurants and bars of the time and returned to the SAKE suppliers for refills. The bottle measures 13 3/4" in height and 7 1/2" in diameter.
Age: Early 20th Century
Size: 13 3/4" H by 7 1/2" Diameter
Price: Sold