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Tôsei Kureimitsu (19th century)
Kinrande Imari
San tsu-gumi sakari hachi set of 3
Signed: Tôsei Kureimitsu
Technique: Kinrande Imari, coloured porcelain with overglaze painting in red and gold Ø 18.2 x 7.5 / Ø 20.2 x 8.3 / Ø 22.1 x 9.6
Date: ≤ 1881
Box: Inscribed in 1881 by Eiraku Wazen, Zengoro XII (1823-1896)
Condition: Large bowl with (stress) crack at the bottom, otherwise fine

Eiraku Wazen (Zengoro XII) was the son of Eiraku Hozen (1795-1854). He worked primarily in Kyoto and specialised in producing ceramics with textures. In 1882 Wazen built the Kikutanigama kiln, near the Kikutani brook.

Availability: On Request