Tthe 14th Moeman Nakazato was famous in Japan for his revival of Hirado porcelain pieces such as this. He has won many awards and been recognized by the Japanese government and across Japan and other countries for his revival of Hirado porcelain ware such as this made with the secrets of the Hirado porcelain handed down through his family lineage of Hirado potters.
Japanese Hirado Porcelain Censer
FINE JAPANESE BLANC DE CHINE PORCELAIN – A Rare 20th c. Japanese Hirado Porcelain Koro by the very famous potter, the 14th Moeman Nakazato (1913-1972), Hiradokakushou Kiln. Signed on underside. Typical of the work of Nakazato, this censer has pierced top, rings of lotus petals at rim, dragon handles, more lotus leaf rings at bottom, raised on three-legged platform, 8 1/2″ x 6 1/4″ x 4 3/4″. Very good condition.
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