IT MEASURES 11 1/2 " TALL AND 10" ACROSS AND weights 14 lbs. Please review pictures close and ask all question before purchasing or making OFFER CAME from a very serious collectors estate these were used in Ceremony for the past 300 years. History The fourth Tokugawa Shogun was the first to hold this ceremony 300 years ago. On the eve of war, he gathered his daimyo in his castle to break open a sake cask.
Upon achieving victory, a new tradition was born. The ceremony nowadays is also performed at weddings, sporting events, opening days at new companies, and other significant events worthy of being celebrated. The item "VERY RARE Vintage Japanese Porcelain/Stoneware Sake Cask MEIJI PERIOD 1868-1912" is in sale since Friday, August 18, 2017. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Asian\1900-Now\Japanese\Other Japanese Collectibles".
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