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Vases - Artifacts

Two shallow moribana ceramic vases. A. White glazed rectangular vase, straight sides slightly narrowing at the bottom The bottom has long grooves and a seal which includes the word "white" is stamped in the corner; it is worn and the other words are indistinguishable. Written in black felt pen at either end of the bottom is the donor's name, "Uno". B. Handmade gray and blue glazed rectangular moribana vase with straight sides and a slightly wavy center. The bottom has long broad grooves and an oval shaped stamp which reads, "pine, beauty". Written in dark red flet pen at either end is the donor's name, "Uno". At the bottom of the interior two needle pointed flower holder kenzan are stuck off center with green floral paste. One of them is rusted.
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