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Creator
Title
Sake Cup
Work Type
Crockery
Location
Hattie May Price Collection
Material
Wood/Paint
Measurements
1.1 x 2.6 inches
Description
This bowl from Ms. Hattie May Price and her niece Ursula Price Roberts. They donated the Japanese sake cups, bowl, and Burmese figures to Ottawa University. It called "Sakazuki" in Japan. It is a Japanese Sake cup. It use only special occation and event. There are many kinds of Sakazuki in Japan, these are made from wood, metal, glass, and pottery. Usually, when Japanese people drink sake (A Japanese alcoholic drink made from rice, usually served warm.), they use a pottery Sakazuki. Outside of Sakazuki colored red, inside of Sakazuki colored gold. It painted a grape inside of the Sakazuki. The grape colored purple and green. Related object; 1982.0377, 1982.0378 a.b.c.d.e.g.h.i.j.k.
Related Item
Cups--Japan--20th century
ID Number
19820378
Letter Designation
f
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File Properties
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19820378 f.jpg
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