|Rare Sake Kettles and Pots from Ancient Japan from 1920.
In Japan, Sake is often served with special ceremony, where it is gently warmed in a small earthenware or porcelain bottle and sipped from a small porcelain cup called a sakazuki.
Sake is often consumed as part of Shinto purification rituals. Sake served to gods as offerings prior to drinking are called o-miki.
Size: 14(W) x 20(L) x 15.5(L) cms. (each)
Weight: 810 and 830 gms.