Arita Porcelain Lab Yazaemon Water Stream and Sakura Sake Goblet Cup
This goblet style sake cup is a beautifully decorated item reflecting the high-quality craftsmanship handed down for generations within Arita Porcelain Lab's long history. The pattern on the side of the cup is a combination of a water stream and cherry blossoms in full bloom. The water stream is a traditional auspicious Japanese pattern used for tableware and fabrics. The running water represents purity and is said to send off evil spirits.
The transparency of the sake looks beautiful in the smooth, white porcelain. The cup is the perfect weight to be held in your hand, and is just the right size to hold with two fingers.
Arita Porcelain Lab is a brand/ company revived by Yazaemon VII as a successor to the long-established Arita porcelain kiln established in 1804. To make Arita porcelain a global brand, the company has been working to create modern Arita porcelain that is in tune with modern lifestyles while incorporating the more than 200 years of traditions. To retain its red coloring, hand washing is recommended.
- Dimension: Top of cup 7.0cm(2.8in)×H8.5cm(3.3in) Bottom 6.5cm(2.6in)×H8.0cm(3.1in)
- Box Size: 15.3cm(6.0in) x 15.3cm(6.0in) x H9.0cm(3.5in)
- Capacity: 100ml(3.40z)
- Material: Porcelain
- Origin: Made in Japan - Arita Ware
- Brand: Arita Porcelain Lab
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ABOUT ARITA PORCELAIN LAB
Arita Porcelain Lab is a brand/ company revived by Yazaemon VII as a successor to the long-established Arita porcelain kiln established in 1804. To make Arita porcelain a global brand, the company has been working to create modern Arita porcelain that is in tune with modern lifestyles while incorporating the more than 200 years of traditions.View more Arita Porcelain Lab's Items
ABOUT ARITA WARE
Arita Ware, made in the town of Arita in Saga Prefecture, is the oldest porcelain production area in Japan's history. Arita porcelain is characterized by its translucent white porcelain surface, dyeing using "Gosu" (indigo pigment), and gorgeous red painting using glassy overglaze pigments (red, green, yellow, purple, and blue). The pottery is highly durable and is produced in a wide variety of styles, from fine art to daily necessities. It was exported to Europe, where it was prized as fine art and called "white gold".
Arita Ware is also a prestigious brand that is admired by ceramicists from other regions as a representative porcelain production area.