Up for sale is this "Kato Sakusuke 3rd (1879-1948) Antique Kizete tea bowl #4247" If you have any questions please contact us before buy it. No reserve.
- width: approx. 11.3cm (4 29⁄64in)
- height: approx. 10cm (3 15⁄16in)
- weight: 411g (w/box 623g)
Kato Sakusuke 3rd (1879-1948)
Real name Kato Seiichi, born in 1879, inherited his father's reign in 1915 when his father Sakusuke II retired. In his later years, he went by the name "Shunzan". He promoted the production of Oribe Western tableware created by the second generation from the Meiji era (1868-1912), and export to the United States became more prosperous. He introduced a wide range of ancient Japanese pottery techniques to Western tableware and introduced them to Europe and the United States. He died in 1948.
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