Japanese believes that crane is the bird of happiness, it is a symbol of luck, honesty and longevity. In 1879, Fukaumi and other members left the company and Koransha was reestablished by Eizaemon alone. After his death in 1889, his oldest son, Yotaro succeeded the company while his second son, Fukagawa Chuji started the Fukagawa Porcelain Company. The orchid mark seems to have been used into modern times. The item "Vintage Koransha Porcelain vase Large red crown cranes on blue wave" is in sale since Monday, March 23, 2020.
This item is in the category "Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Asian\1900-Now\Japanese\Vases & Jars". The seller is "sriprth2015" and is located in Praves. This item can be shipped worldwide.