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Tea pot decorated with fish
Tea pot decorated with fish - Asian Art & Antiques Style Tea pot decorated with fish - Tea pot decorated with fish -
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Period :
20th century
Dimensions :
L. 6.69 inch X l. 5.51 inch X H. 8.66 inch
Asian Art & Antiques  - Tea pot decorated with fish 20th century - Tea pot decorated with fish
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Tea pot decorated with fish

Banko Pottery (or what is known as Banko ware) teapot, this is a very rare piece made in Japan circa early 1900’s. It is a clay piece made out of colorful hand painted fish. The fish wrap around the entire piece. There is a reed handle that sits on the hinges. You can see all the attention to details of the fish : you can see the lid comes off in the face of a little sole, a shell that is made for the spout. You can see a lobster, a crab, a ray. Most of fish have human faces, with elaborated eyes. The scales are also really detailed.

Banko Ware is a type of Japanese pottery that originated in the Mie prefecture in Central Japan.

Japan, early 1900's

Height: 8,7 in - Length: 6,7 in - Width: 5,5 in

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