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Fine Japanese Makie Sake Cup Set of 5 pcs w/Stands Meiji
stock #210202A

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Fine Japanese Makie Sake Cup Set of 5 pcs w/Stands Meiji

The size of Each Sake Cup.
A) 7 5/"” D x 2 9/16", 195 mm x 65 mm
B) 6 11/16" x 2 3/16", 170 mm x 55 mm
C) 5 15/16" D x 2" H, 150 mm x 50 mm
D) 5 1/8" D x 1 9/16" H, 130 mm x 40 mm
E) 4 9/10" D x 1 3/8" H, 115 mm x 35 mm
The size of Sake Cup stands
8 7/8” Square x 8 1/8" High, 223mm x 215 mm
This is very fine Japanese Makie Iwai Sakazuki(Celebration/Toast Sake Cup) set of 5 pcs with Sake Cup Stands in Pair. All Sake Cups and Sake Cup are done with fine makie works on deep red color lacquer with Takamakie as well as Hiramakie in gold and silver, decorated with Kirigane. Each Cup has different design with Landscaping over the cherry blossoms tree and water fall as well as mountain river running thru mountain with mountain house on the side of river. The top of each cup as well as the backside also is finely finished. The Sake Cup stand are also done with same manner of fine Makie works with Sansui design works over Roiro (black lacquer finish). Stand has the open works section which fit into top of stand. The Sake Cups came with Kiri wood Awase Bako as photo showing which was Hayashi san supplied. The Kiribako for both stands are from original owner. There is no lacquer artist name but they are very fine Makie works. The condition of all cups as well as Sake Cup Stands are excellent. Almost never been use. No flaws on set. Writing on paper on Sake Cup stand sliding door said in Japanese as, Sakazuki Stand, one pair, Inatoshi (owner's name). The dating the Sake cups and Sake Cup stands are from Meiji Period. These Sake cup can be used as small dish to medium size dish.
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