An earthenware teapot, in the form of a Ho-o. By the Miyagawa (Makuzu) Kozan Studio, Meiji Era C. 1868 - 1912, late 19th century. The tea pot in the form of a Phoenix, masterfully sculpted with a neck/head spout and tail as a handle.
The decoration applied in Gosu-type enamels and gilt detailing. Original museum labels and collection inventory numbers to base. Missing lid, some losses to body including feet. 16.5cm in height x 18cm in length.At Matsuri Japanese Art, your undivided trust is of the upmost importance to our continued success. All items go through a multi-point inspection, examining their authenticity and condition, before being offered for sale. All items are our own stock, and do not belong to dealers or external third parties. We do not offer a consignment or re-sale service.
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