- Item Description
We have here another wonderful find in this very Exciting Antique Japanese Earthenware.
This group consists of the following three pieces:
It stands about 8 1/2 inches tall, measured to the approximate uppermost portion of the cover's handle and has a diameter measured at its underside of about 6 1/2 inches. We see 'Made in Japan' incised into its base.
Smaller Pitcher/Milk Jug
It stands about 4 1/2 inches tall and has a diameter measured at its base of about 3 1/2 inches. 'Made in Japan' is also incised into its base.
It has a 7 inch Diameter and a lovely thickness of about 5/8 of an inch at its edge. Although the Maker Mark at the underside of this Trivet is difficult to read, we have tried to photograph it for you to the very best of our ability.
We have been told that it seems to resemble the Japanese Cherry Blossom Mark and that these earthenware pieces most likely date back in time from the 1920's to the 1950's.
The artist has definitely captured the warmth, color and spirit of the American Southwest in these very special eye-catching pieces.
Although there is crazing and there are a few small chips at Rim edge of the Trivet as well as a chip at Upper edge of Small Pitcher slightly to the right of the handle when handle is facing the viewer, we feel that since these Japanese Earthenware pieces with their Southwest Americana feel, are nevertheless true and most unusual treasures, they are sure to bring you a great source of pleasure as well as numerous admiring compliments.
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- Item Dimensions
Height = 0.000 inches
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Depth = 0.000 inches
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Weight = 3.500 pounds