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Item:333269118622This is a ceramic bowl known as a chawan (tea bowl) used in a Japanese chado (tea ceremony). It dates to the early Showa Era (c. 1930). It has a hand etched design of a turtle (kame). Suitable more for the winter season, it is deep styled chawan used to keep the tea warm longer (see enlarged pictures). This tea bowl comes with the original presentation box made of Kiri (paulownia) wood with a signature, Nanahigai (see last two pictures). This chawan measures 4 1/2" in diameter by 3" tall (11.5 x 7.5 cm). The original box measures 5 1/2" square by 4 1/2" tall (14 x 14 x 11.5 cm). Having been in storage for over 80 years, it remains in very fine condition. You'll love it, I guarantee it.........If you purchase this item and are not completely delighted with it, you may return it for a no questions asked refund within 30 days of receipt.Sailerking and the Shogun's Gallery have been in the Japanese antique business for over 38 years, and highly value our customers. Satisfaction Guarantee: All items are carefully described and photographed. If not completely delighted with any item it may be returned in original condition for refund of purchase price, less actual shipping cost. Most items listed are antiques, and as such may have an expected amount of wear from normal use. We do not sell items with major flaws without mentioning it in the listing. See photos and descriptions for condition. Returns must be shipped back within 30 days of receipt. Buyer assumes all shipping fees. If you have specific questions about the item or condition, please feel free to ask before bidding and we will make every effort to respond promptly. International buyers are responsible for any customs duties, taxes, etc. imposed by the buyer's home country.Region of Origin:Japan, Age:1900-1940, Original/Reproduction:Vintage Original, Featured Refinements:Japanese Tea Bowl, Type:Bowls
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Vintage Japanese Signed Tea Ceremony Ceramic Chawan Tea Bowl W/ Original Box