Antique Japanese Copper Sake Bottle Warmer, Meiji, Early 20th Century
Antique Japanese copper Sake bottle warmer, Meiji Period, Early 20th Century The discoloration of the copper all through the lower part of the vessel suggests its been directly put over the fire to heat the water. Sake bottles, made of ceramic or clay, are immersed in the water to heat the sake. When not in use, the warmer is usually kept inside a wooden hibachi. Some signs of repair and age.
Japan antique Nodate bronze full moon hot Sake drinking 1800
Japan Nodate full moon out door warm Sake drinking. Made of a main water heater with inner brazer and Tokkuri Sake holder warmer. Nice patina, and well preserver no water leaks. Some wear from long usage and time, all original parts. Immediately usable.
Dimensions: 22 x 13 x 12 cm, total weight 2 kg + wrapping.
Conditions: good, some wear from long usage and time. Please see photos.
Materials: rich copper bronze