Incense burner by Katsuyoshi Kotoge in kyoto Japan

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A two-tone spherical incense burner. The 9-hole lid in grey-white glazed stoneware with gilded handle. The main body in glazed, veined earthenware. Made by master Katsuyoshi Kotoge (called Tanyama), born in 1946 in Himeji, Japan. Trained by his uncle Kasai Miyagawa and Tatsuzo Shimaoka Mashiko National Treasure. He has exhibited extensively in Kyoto, Tokyo and Osaka.

Circa: 2010

Dim: L: 12cm, P: 12cm, H: 13cm
Dim: W: 4,7in, D: 4,7in, H: 5,1in

Condition report: In fine condition with original signed and calligraphed box

Period: 21st century
Style: Asian art
Materials: Terracotta
LP : 3396
Width : 12 (cm)
Height 13 (cm)
Depth 12 (cm)

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