1920s Japanese Platinum Lusterware Porcelain Shaker

1920s Japanese Platinum Lusterware Porcelain Shaker


Hand painted and glazed using genuine platinum, this shaker dates to the 1920s. It is classic in its Art Deco design, mixing geometric forms with floral elements beautifully. The shaker is footed, and has angular fluting that forms its hexagonal silhouette. The foot and the face of the shaker are both platinum-glazed, while the shoulder of the item is glazed using genuine gold, which achieves the iconic peachy orange coloring. The body is a white iridescent luster with hand-painted hanging vine-like shapes. While the shaker is very geometric, the painted linework offers a touch of whimsy. Use at your dinner party as an addition to the rest of your eclectic serveware, add to your shelf of curiosities for a pop of pearlescent color.

  • Maker: Unknown, hand-painted

  • Material: Porcelain bone china, platinum glazing

  • Epoch: c. 1920

  • Dimensions: 3.75”H x 2”W

  • Procurement: Dallas, Texas

  • Origin: Japan

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