17~ 18th century Edo period
Nanban "Oni-no-ude, Orge's Arm"
Tall vase earthen ware
Tsuboya kiln Okinawa
Accessaries ; old wooden box
10.8cmiDj 28.0
cmiHj
 
 Price 566 USD

"Nanban "means the earthenware made at the Southern islands viewed from Japan, among them , the tall bottle like this piece has been liked by the tea ceremonymasters to call them"Oni-no-wude"means "Orge's arm",
they has been useing it as a vase.
This is "Wabi Sabi" feeling.
Old wooden box transmitted from generation to generation.

Certification is written by Noriki Shimazu
the famous Asian antique researcher
 

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