Rare 17th Century Chinese Porcelain Ming Period Kosometsuke Tea Utensil
Condition Report: some minimal fritting to body rims, more like rough edges. two kintsugi restored pieces to rim, 1 with small line from it. Size 55x63mm HeightxDiameter
It’s 17th century chinese porcelain, Ming period, made for the Japanese market. This unusual Kosumetsuke Tea Utensil would have been used during the Tea cermony.
Inlcuding storage box and bag.
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明 (1368 – 1620)
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some minimal fritting to body rims, more like rough edges. two kintsugi restored pieces to rim, 1 with small line from it. Size 55x63mm HeightxDiameter