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Incense burner with openwork and gold decoration, White Satsuma Ware

Chin Jukan XV2016

Kyoto Women's University, Lifestyle Design Laboratory

Kyoto Women's University, Lifestyle Design Laboratory
Kyōto-shi, Japan

Satsuma ware openwork was invented by 12th-generation Chin Jukan around 1879. He uniquely created the technique to apply fine openwork over the entire porcelain, sometimes combining this with painting as well. The sophisticated technique and the refined beauty of his works won him high acclaims at expositions and other events. Today, this technique remains one of the representative techniques of Satsuma ware.

Details

  • Title: Incense burner with openwork and gold decoration, White Satsuma Ware
  • Creator: Chin Jukan XV
  • Date Created: 2016
  • Location: Chin Jukan Kiln
  • Location Created: Kiln of 15th Chin Jukan
  • Physical Dimensions: H 19.5 cm, W 19.0 cm
  • Subject Keywords: Kagoshima
  • Type: Ceramic

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