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JAPANESE CERAMIC HIBACHI PLANTERS

These  high-fire ceramic vessels were originally filled with coals and used as space heaters in traditional Japanese homes.  They date to the Meiji period circa 1900 and have hand painted and transfer print designs. 
They are quite nice to use as planters or the larger ones can have a piece of glass put on the top to use as a coffee or side table.

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11.5" high and 16" in diameter
$500
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12" high and 17" in diameter
$850
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12" high and 20" in diameter
$1500
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12" tall, 16" across
$750
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12" high and 18" in diameter
SOLD
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12" high and 18" in diameter
$750 
03/25/2014