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|Item Name||Yoshidaya-yō Lamp|
|Place of Production||Ishikawa, Japan|
|Artifact Name||App. 2 weeks|
|Size||A side 24.0cm x H 55.0cm|
- 3,800g ※Comes packaged in a paper box
- Comes with a 60w bulb.
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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.