Tuesday, May 17, 2016
This is moriage dragon ware. This is Japanese site for the Tojiki Kaikan in Nagoya. Notice the dragon ware? http://nagoya-toujikikaikan.sblo.jp/category/899359-1.html
This one is a later piece given it has Made in Occupied Japan on it.
Dragon ware sake cup with lithophane
Some helpful links (I cannot verify if all the information is correct):
From the collection of Shawn Dempsey:
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