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Sake bottle | 1650-1710 Edo period | Stoneware with iron glaze; silver rim H: 23.5 W: 13.4 cm Taku, Japan

Satsuma ware sake ewer | Second half of 17-18th c, Edo period. White stoneware with clear glaze; silver lid and cover on spout. Kagoshima, Japan

Sake bottle | late 19th century Meiji era | Stoneware with white slip under clear colorless glaze H: 18.1 W: 8.2 cm Tachikui, Japan

Incense burner | 1630-1660 Edo period | Stoneware with iron pigment under wood-ash glaze | Takeo, Japan 5.5 cm H x 5.9 cm W

Akashi ware serving bowl | 19th C Edo period | Stoneware with iron pigment and white slip under clear ash glaze | 8 cm H x 15.5 cm W

Vase, with lacquer lid for use as tea ceremony water jar | 1596-1615, Momoyama period | Stoneware with rice-straw-ash and iron glazes H: 22.1 W: 11.9 cm Imari city, Japan

Banko ware vase in style of Oribe ware | 19th C Edo period or Meiji era | Stoneware w iron pigment and white slip under colorless and copper-green glazes | 19 cm H x 3 cm W x 3 cm D

Satsuma ware tea bowl | Edo period | Stoneware w clear glaze & gold lacquer repairs | Kagoshima city, Japan | 9.8 cm H; 11.8cm W

Fukami Sueharu (Japanese, born 1947)-Ceramics Porcelain with celadon glaze-2004 H. 1 in. (2.5 cm); Diam. 23 in. (58.4 cm)