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Thursday, September 24, 2009

Imari "Nabeshima" ware - A coffee cup




   This is porcelain made with the kiln of the place called Ōkawa Uchiyama of Imari,Saga.
   It is neighborhood of Arita,Saga.
   It is "Nabeshima" ware distinguished from"Arita" ware making.

   It is the very delicate surface and the porcelain of an exact picture.
   Nabeshima ware is not known at all.

13 comments:

  1. James,always thank you for comment. I introduced famous porcelain today in a neighborhood of my hometown.

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  2. This is gorgeous! My wife would like this very much!

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  3. Hello, Jacob. Nice to meet you. Thank you for visiting my blog. I am glad to have you like rare Nabeshima ware.

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  4. Beautiful blog, great shots and information! Thank you for your visit! :-)

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  5. Hello, Anne Vis. Thank you for visiting my blog. Please enjoy the history and the scenery of the Far East.

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  6. I still have some fabulous lacquerware. I was in Japan 1953-1956.

    Thanks for helping me to make history.
    Pick a Peck of Pixels

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  7. Hello, Abraham Lincoln. I am honored to have a person knowing Japan like you well read Nabeshima ware.ruma

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  8. I was living in Sendai-shi, Japan. I loved Sendai and now it is a large city. Then, in 1953, they had no trees, and no cars. People walked or rode in street cars. They were planting the trees and making the streets.

    I was also living in Sapporo for 6 months. Very cold there.

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  9. Hello, Abraham Lincoln. Sendai, Sapporo where you lived in are towns beautiful together. In those days when there was not a car, it will be to have been more beautiful. The atmosphere was clear more, and the mountain, the river and the sky would be more beautiful. The people were poorer than now. However, they had a pride and dignity in those days. You know the valuable time when Japanese Nature and a human heart were more beautiful than now. In addition, you lived in there. I am enviable. ruma

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  10. Thank you for all your kind comments on here there everywhere! They are very much appreciated. I love porcelain and this is beautiful, I am not knowledgeable about Asian porcelain but my father, who was in Tokyo very often for business purposes would probably know this. Lovely cup.

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  11. Hello, cieldequimper. I have you watch the Nabeshima ware that is not known, and I am glad. ruma

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  12. This is a beautiful porcelain. Thank you for your visit. Greetings from Poland! ;)

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