A Person of integrity being particular about collection. Shiogama makie: Seaside landscape of evaporate sea water in order to make salt. This design landscape was typical of old Japanese seaside scenery. Red signed on the backside of the lid is by Kenchusai??? 1919 to 2015 who was the 12th generation of line of the Horinouchi family.
The Horinouchi family (Horinouchi-ke) were a hereditary tea family who served as tea masters. Under the Omotesenke for many generations. This is Japanese Traditional Lacquer Wooden tea caddy.
Shiogama makie O-Natsume / Inside has Nashiji. This is in an Excellent condition with signed Wooden box. This piece of measures: 3.110 inched (7.9 cm) in diameter. 3.228 inched (8.2 cm) in height.
Including signed wooden box: 222 g. The base material is Wood. Please see the pictures for details.
Backside of the cover, title written by Kenchusai. (Soukan) means; Horinouchi Soukan = Kenshusai.International Buyers - Please Note. We do not mark merchandise values below value or mark items as "gifts" - US and International government regulations prohibit such behavior. Treasure every meeting, for it will never recur /??? Special thanks to all our clients across the world since Fall, 2010. I want to treasure every meeting and encounter I have. This item is in the category "Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Tea Caddies". The seller is "mto-japan" and is located in this country: JP.
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