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Name: JAPANESE EARLY 20TH CENTURY CERAMIC SAKE BOTTLE
SOLD
Inventory #: SMK-06-M
Description: Japanese early 20th century ceramic SAKE bottle. The bottle has the name YAMAGAWAYA shop written on the bottle with other character written on the sides. There is also NISHI HAGIWARA written, probably referring to an address. The beige colored slip has black/brown glaze used for the characters. These large bottles were used by the restaurants and bars of the time and returned to the SAKE suppliers for refills. The bottle measures 10" in height and 5" in diameter.
Age: Early 20th Century
Size: 10" H X 5" Diameter
Price: SOLD