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Cup and Saucer

Mid- 19th century
Nanri Kajū II (Japanese, 1817–1880) , or Higuchi Tahei (Japanese)
Zoshuntei Sanpo, a kiln in Hizen, was established in 1841 to manufacture wares especially for trade with the Dutch. Nanri Kaju is known to have worked there. This kiln was the first known to have written its name on the wares it produced.

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