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Set Three Antique Japanese Sake Bottles with Calligraphy circa 1900

A trio of antique Japanese hand-made earthenware saki bottles from Japan circa 1900. Each jar has a different signature in script across the front that is the mark of the master saki maker responsible for the contents. The thick rim was sealed with a cork and covered with wax to protect the precious liquid inside. The short neck is attached to the rounded form of the body and the sloped edges allowed the entire amount to be poured and consumed without any waste. The cream-coloured signatures almost have an abstract design and add an interesting level of detail to each bottle.

# CM784

DIMENSIONS

7.00" w x 7.00" d x 12.25" h

17.78cm w x 17.78cm d x 31.12cm h

Sale Price $617.40 Regular Price $882.00

A trio of hand-made earthenware saki jars from Japan c. 1900. Each jar has a different signature in script across the front that is the mark of the master saki maker responsible for the contents. The thick rim was sealed with a cork and covered with wax to protect the precious liquid inside. The short neck is attached to the rounded form of the body and the sloped edges allowed the entire amount to be poured and consumed without any waste. The cream-coloured signatures almost have an abstract design and add an interesting level of detail to each bottle.