Up for sale is this "Kato Bakutai (1861-1943) Antique tea bowl #4141" If you have any questions please contact us before buy it. No reserve.
- width: approx. 14cm (5 33⁄64in)
- tall: approx. 5cm (1 31⁄32in)
- weight: 216g (gross 528g)
- writing on the box: Bakutai made natsu-chawan. Asahinami (morning sun and see wave). Kratsu style.
Kato Bakutai (1861-1943)
Bakutai, whose true given name was Yutaro, was a master potter active between the Meiji period and the prewar Showa period. He was a disciple of Kato Shuntai, who is said to be responsible for the resurgence of the Seto pottery style. He is also said to have influenced the potter Kato Tokuro.
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