Lacquer for [Kaiseki] Meal
Japanese, late 1940s, diverse collection of small serving pieces for the formal, multi-course [Kaiseki] meal, one stoneware and two porcelain spouted bowls ([katakuchi]), 7 in., [good condition]; thirteen shell-shaped dishes, 5 in., [minor surface cracks on bottom, no losses]; ten [Oribe] plates, 6 in., [good condition]; four stoneware bowls with slip-trail star decoration, 5-3/4 in., [three in good condition, one glaze rim chip]; two small stoneware square bowls with impressed mark, 4 x 2-1/2 in., [good condition]; four small plates with underglaze duck decoration, 3-3/4 in., [good condition]; two spouted stoneware vessels, 5-1/2 in. and 3 in., [good condition]; twenty assorted lacquer bowls and saucers, 5 in. to 7 in., [good condition]; five wood and four horn cup stands, 4 in., [good condition]. Condition: . Notes: Lot includes [The Fine Art of Japanese Food Arrangement] by Y. Tsuchiya, Kodansha.
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