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Beautiful Japanese Sakaida Kakiemon 14th Porcelain Dish
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Beautiful Japanese Sakaida Kakiemon 14th Porcelain Dish

The size of Dish: 5 5/16" Dia x 1" High (136 mm x 25 mm). This is very fine Japanese Porcelain Dish by 14 th Sakaida Kakiemon. It is made with high quality white porcelain. It has Yama Tsutsuji Mon (wild Azalea design finely made and plychrome design are painted. It came with Tomobako as well as Brochure book by Kakiemon 14 th. Top of Tomobako has Japanese writing, "Nishiki, Yama Tsutsuji Mon, Sara" (Brocade, Wild Azalea Design, Dish). Inside cover has signature of 14 th Kakiemon with his chop seal. Beautiful wild Azalea design are painted. There is Signature of Kakiemon by blue underglaze on the back of dish. The condition of dish excellent, no chip, no crack and no hairline. There is 15 th Sakaida Kakiemon now.

Sakaida Kakiemon XIV (26 August 1934-15 June 2013) was a Japanese potter, ceramicist and former Living National Treasure in Japan. He was a member of the 14th generation of the Kakiemon Family who continued the tradition of Kakiemon enameled ceramics. In 2010, Kakiemon was interviewed as an expert for the seventy-ninth episode of A History of the World in 100 Objects, a joint project of BBC Radio 4 and the British Museum, concerning the Kakiemon elephants held by the museum. Kakiemon died on June 15, 2013, at the age of 78. (from Wikipedia).
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