This is a one-off preloved piece and can’t be restocked

A collectible, investment piece for bohemian souls and those who enjoy Japanese pottery. This piece is from the early 80s. The shape is named a ginger jar, a general term for a pot that was used hundreds of years ago to store spices or salt. This one is a beautiful hexagonal design, with each side featuring peacocks, lotus flowers and cherry blossom all over. Highlighted with gold around the edges and on the lid, adding a beautiful metallic touch. This is in good condition with no notable wear.

Materials: Ceramic

Size: 8″ / 20cm tall and 5″ / 12.5cm across

Please note all our preloved homeware may show little signs of wear