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Still another handsome piece of studio pottery from Japan, part of a collection from the estate of an Army Lieutenant stationed in Japan during reparations right after WWII.

Intended to be used for the Japanese style of flower arranging called Ikebana, this piece of art pottery stands on it's own as a striking example of mid century craftsmanship.

This striking and wonderfully textured rectangular piece, in matte black with blue decoration, stands on two "legs", lifting it up, giving it importance and substance.

The sculptural style is both modern and primitive, blending the history of centuries old Japanese artistry into one statement. Just beautiful.

This vase stands 7" high, is 10 1/4" long, and 4 1/2" wide.

Here are some other examples of mid century Japanese Ikebana vessels from this collection...

Mid Century Modern Japanese Studio Pottery Ikebana Vase


  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Materials: clay, pottery, ceramic
  • Only ships within United States.
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