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Japanese porcelain small cups of 10 sets. May be to drink sake cup called Guinomi. There are all hand written pattern because pictures are deffernt little by little. Pine-tree, a men, leaf, scenery are written in it. There are bland mark on back, but only three. I can not read this mark, so I do not know author name and age, sorry. When I play in the nails, it sounds high-pitched. So I these are porcelain I think. There are no cracking and chipping, excellent condition.

Japanese porcelain small cups of 10 sets. May be to drink sake cup called Guinomi. There are all hand written pattern because pictures are deffernt little by little. Pine-tree, a men, leaf, scenery are written in it. There are bland mark on back, but only three. I can not read this mark, so I do not know author name and age, sorry. When I play in the nails, it sounds high-pitched. So I these are porcelain I think. There are no cracking and chipping, excellent condition.

Modern, modular, and multi-functional - each piece is stack-able with pieces of the same diameter. Made in Hasami – a district in Nagasaki, Japan that’s been producing ceramics for over 400 years.  Shop it at www.trnk-nyc.com!

Modern, modular, and multi-functional - each piece is stack-able with pieces of the same diameter. Made in Hasami – a district in Nagasaki, Japan that’s been producing ceramics for over 400 years. Shop it at www.trnk-nyc.com!

it was the soft shape of each orb that brought a smile to the Innkeeper's face (Rie Tsuruta)

it was the soft shape of each orb that brought a smile to the Innkeeper's face (Rie Tsuruta)

Some of the most beautiful people I know... - Imgur

Some of the most beautiful people I know...

Pair JAPANESE TEA CUPS Traditional Blue White Scrolled Floral Signed on Bottom Vintage Porcelain Pottery Japan Set of Two Characters Gray by MADONNASCOLLECTIBLES on Etsy

Pair JAPANESE TEA CUPS Traditional Blue White Scrolled Floral Signed on Bottom Vintage Porcelain Pottery Japan Set of Two Characters Gray

Pair JAPANESE TEA CUPS Traditional Blue White Scrolled Floral Signed on Bottom Vintage Porcelain Pottery Japan Set of Two Characters Gray by MADONNASCOLLECTIBLES on Etsy

Ceramicist Hitomi Hosono wins inaugural Perrier-Jouët Arts Salon Prize | Art | Wallpaper* Magazine: design, interiors, architecture, fashion, art

Ceramicist Hitomi Hosono wins inaugural Perrier-Jouët Arts Salon Prize

Ceramicist Hitomi Hosono wins inaugural Perrier-Jouët Arts Salon Prize | Art | Wallpaper* Magazine: design, interiors, architecture, fashion, art

One of my favorite so far from @hataman_toen  the underglaze paint of traditional pattern. All hand painted line by line . . #hataman #imari #porcelain #truffypitravel #truffypiinjapan #japan #artisan #imariyaki #nabeshima #pottery #theartofslowliving #craftmanship #handpainting #hatamantouen

One of my favorite so far from @hataman_toen the underglaze paint of traditional pattern. All hand painted line by line . . #hataman #imari #porcelain #truffypitravel #truffypiinjapan #japan #artisan #imariyaki #nabeshima #pottery #theartofslowliving #craftmanship #handpainting #hatamantouen

Born in Tokyo, Japan, Yo studied Ceramics in UK and became an apprentice of renowned British studio potter, Lisa Hammond. She established her pottery in London in 2004, before relocating her pottery...

Born in Tokyo, Japan, Yo studied Ceramics in UK and became an apprentice of renowned British studio potter, Lisa Hammond. She established her pottery in London in 2004, before relocating her pottery...

ORANGE And WHITE Porcelain MINIATURE PITCHER And SET of CUPS *Made In JAPAN* | Pottery & Glass, Pottery & China, Art Pottery | eBay!

ORANGE And WHITE Porcelain MINIATURE PITCHER And SET of CUPS *Made In JAPAN* | Pottery & Glass, Pottery & China, Art Pottery | eBay!

Globular vase with kutani glazes, ca. 1995  Porcelain with kutani glazes

Globular vase with kutani glazes, ca. 1995 Porcelain with kutani glazes

The history of ARITA began in 1616, when the Korean potter, Ri Sanpei, discovered kaolin at Mt. Izumiyama in Arita Area and made porcelain for the first time in Japan. Arita is the oldest porcelain style that currently exists in Japan, and is designated as a Traditional Crafts by the Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry, since 1977.

The history of ARITA began in 1616, when the Korean potter, Ri Sanpei, discovered kaolin at Mt. Izumiyama in Arita Area and made porcelain for the first time in Japan. Arita is the oldest porcelain style that currently exists in Japan, and is designated as a Traditional Crafts by the Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry, since 1977.