Kutani-yaki

Yoshidaya-yō Lamp

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Outline

A Japanese traditional craft (Ishikawa). The Yoshidaya-yō Lamp is one of the best items of Kaburaki! Kutani-yaki (Porcelain) is the tradition of Japan.

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USD 740.90

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Description

The flowers that have been painted onto this lamp base are Camellia sasanquas, a speies of Camellia that are native to Japan and China. 
The C. Sasanqua is an appropriate symbol for overcoming adversity, as it is able to bloom beautifully in the midst of the harsh winter.

Item Infomation

Product NameYoshidaya-yō Lamp
Artifact NameKutani-yaki
MakerKaburaki
The place of ProductionIshikawa, Japan
Artifact NameApp. 2 weeks
SizeA side 24.0cm x H 55.0cm
Weight3,800g
ColorWhite
PatternSasanqua
MaterialClay

About Products

Please note that the actual item's size, color, and pattern may differ from the reference images online because each item is hand-made.

Note

  • 3,800g ※Comes packaged in a paper box
  • Comes with a 60w bulb.

Price

USD 740.90
Consumption tax /
VAT included & Free shipping

About US...

Yoshidaya-yo (kiln)

Kutani ware (Kutani-yaki) was at its peak towards the end of the Edo era.
The color red is absent from all of the items that Yoshidaya-yō produces.
Instead, green, yellow, purple, and blue paints are used to give the pottery an overall blue look, hence the nickname, Aokutani.

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