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  • Kakiemon (Japanese:柿右衛門) wares were produced at the factories of Arita, Saga Prefecture, Japan from the mid-17th century, with much in common with the Chinese "Famille Verte" style. The Japanese potter Kakiemon Sakaida (酒井田柿右衛門, 1596–1666) is. — “Kakiemon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • The Kakiemon elephants are a pair of 17th century Japanese porcelain figures of elephants in the British Museum. They were made by one of the Kakiemon potteries, which created the first enamelled porcelain in Japan,[1] and exported by the early Dutch East India Company. — “Kakiemon elephants - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • Sakaida Kakiemon (酒井田柿右衛門), or Sakaida Kizaemon (1615— 1653) was a Japanese potter who invented the style known after him as Kakiemon. Sakaida Kakiemon is said to have learn the enamel porcelain technique. — “Sakaida Kakiemon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,

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