Porcelain Nerikomi Neriage Agateware Vase marked gO ... or gB?

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Porcelain Nerikomi Neriage Agateware Vase marked gO ... or gB?

Post by touchdry on September 27th 2018, 4:02 pm






This vase has been produced using the Japanese kneading technique known as Nerikomi (which literally means 'kneading'). It is also known by another Japanese term 'Neriage'.

It has a wonderfully smooth matt outer surface, and a high gloss inner area, making it a very tactile piece to hold.

It stands 17cm high and its widest diameter is 10cm

It has an impressed mark on the base which could be 'gO'. Then again, this might be "gB" ... What d you think?

This was bought in a charity shop in the West Midlands UK about 12 years ago.


Last edited by NaomiM on November 27th 2018, 2:24 am; edited 2 times in total (Reason for editing : you asked for the location of the purchase.)
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Re: Porcelain Nerikomi Neriage Agateware Vase marked gO ... or gB?

Post by NaomiM on September 27th 2018, 5:56 pm

Itís important that we know where the pot was found. Can you please add that info to the thread, or amend the location on your profile

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