Japanese Vintage Pair of Sake Cups
Hirado ( an area in Japan near Nagasaki) porcelains are characterized by their pure white body and clear glaze, often with fine painting in underglaze blue. This lovely pair of Saki cups are made of some of the finest, thinnest white porcelain I have ever owned. They are thin enough to see through. After a great deal of research about this style of porcelain, I believe they can be dated to the Meiji age circa 1868 – 1912. These are priced as a pair (2 piece)
DIMENSIONS: 2” in diameter x 1 ¼” tall base is 1” in diameter
CONDITION: they are in lovely condition no damage of any sort noted
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