Shudei – Nakawatari Antique Chinese
Size: 34cm x 20.5cm x 6.5cm (13.4″ x 8.1″ x 2.5″)
This gorgeous middle-crossing era pot is both unique in shape, with its heavy-lipped rim, and in its flawless condition. For well over a century, it has been well taken care of and preserved, all the while developing its beautifully aged patina.
E-shidei – Post WWII Japanese
Size: 10.5cm x 10.5 x 6cm (4.15″ x 4.15″ x 2.35″)
Designed and modeled after a famous antique Chinese pot from the old-crossing era (pre-1800), this miniature hand-painted pot is an excellent recreation of the period. The pot itself is over forty years old and includes a custom made kiri-bako wooden box.
Aogochi – Nakawatari Antique Chinese
Size: 24cm D x 15.5cm H (9.5″ x 6.1″)
Aogochi ceramics originate from a region of southeast Asia formerly referred to as Cochin, now modern-day Vietnam. The light, blue-green color of Aogochi-ware is an ideal match for a variety of deciduous bonsai species. This beautiful example was thrown and fired in the Nakawatari (middle-crossing) era, circa 1800-1911 CE. It has a small chip in the glaze on the backside and two small defects on the bottom.
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Shirokochi – Nakawatari Antique Chinese
Size: 22 cm D x 20cm H (9″ D x 8″ H)
This middle-crossing era (c. 1800-1911 CE) possesses a beautifully aged patina and bears the unique imperfections of a quality hand-made container. It would suit any deciduous or broadleaf bonsai for exhibition.
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