Japanese Teacups - Pair of Seizan Kiln Standing Cranes Kyo-yaki Meoto Yunomi

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This couples' pair of yunomi (teacups) features a kohiki glaze made of white slip and peach spots in a pattern known as 'gohonte' and a standing crane motif.

Handcrafted in Kyoto, Japan by the well regarded Seizan Kiln 西山窯.

Called 'meoto yumomi' in Japanese, couple's pairs of teacups are traditional wedding gifts.

Kyo-yaki (京焼) is a type of Japanese pottery that traditionally comes from Kyoto, Japan. The pottery traditions of Kyoto date back to the 5th century and are varied in their styles.


Larger cup:
7.5cm (3in) - width
8.5cm (3.3in) - height
200ml - capacity

Smaller cup:
7.5cm (3in) - width
8cm (3.1in) - height
180ml - capacity

Condition: Very good

This vintage item ships from Thailand

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