536 Warren St. Hudson, NY 12534 United States 518.828.8585
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$ 6,500

Japanese Edo Period Hirado Porcelain Sculpture of Mother and Puppies

Origin Japan
Period 18th Century
W. 5.5 in; H. 4.25 in; D. 4 in;
W. 13.97 cm; H. 10.8 cm; D. 10.16 cm;
Creation Date Late 18th - Early 19th Century
Description Edo Period, Late 18th - Early 19th Century Hirado-ware porcelain sculpture. Hirado-ware refers to kilns under the Hirado daimyo family (feudal) rule during the Edo period in Japan. The Hirado territory was located in modern day Saga Prefecture in Kyushu Island in Southern Japan. Wonderfully expressive faces, and remarkably fine and subtle carved fur pattern.
Styles / Movements Asian, Traditional
Dealer Reference Number A4873
Incollect Reference Number 460553
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