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Tea bowl (1865-1915)

Tea bowl, 1865-1915, by Miura Chikusen (Japanese, 1854-1915), Glazed stoneware, Gift of Lucius H. Horiuchi in honor of Ronald Alexander MacMillan, Esq., a former senior Department of State official and civic leader (brother of Maynard Cooke Horiuchi); and his wife, Sue McCune MacMillan, educator and Philanthropist, 1990.222, Photograph © Asian Art Museum of San Francisco.

Tea bowl, 1865-1915, by Miura Chikusen (Japanese, 1854-1915), Glazed stoneware, Gift of Lucius H. Horiuchi in honor of Ronald Alexander MacMillan, Esq., a former senior Department of State official and civic leader (brother of Maynard Cooke Horiuchi); and his wife, Sue McCune MacMillan, educator and Philanthropist, 1990.222, Photograph © Asian Art Museum of San Francisco.