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Kendoka toby jug - Olney Pottery 1976

Kendoka toby jug produced by Olney Pottery of Olney, England, in 1976 to commemorate the Third World Kendo Championships in held in Great Britain in April of 1976. A kendoka is a practitioner of kendo. Kendo is a modern Japanese martial art, descended from kenjutsu, one of the old Japanese martial arts, that uses bamboo swords (shinai) as well as protective armor (bōgu). It began as samurai warriors' customary swordsmanship exercises, and today it is widely practiced within Japan and has spread to many other nations across the world.

Maker:

Olney Pottery

England

1976

Model #:

toby jug

Size:

large

Height:

6"

Kendoka toby jug - Olney Pottery 1976
Kendoka toby jug - Olney Pottery 1976
Kendoka toby jug - Olney Pottery 1976
Kendoka toby jug - Olney Pottery 1976
Kendoka toby jug - Olney Pottery 1976
Kendoka toby jug - Olney Pottery 1976
Kendoka toby jug - Olney Pottery 1976
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