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Pair Ko Imari Peony and Bamboo Sake Cups Edo 18C

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 1003750 (stock# 2035)

Pair Ko Imari Peony and Bamboo Sake Cups Edo  18C
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A pair of Ko Imari porcelain cylindrical, tsutsu-gata, sake cups, guinomi, painted in a combination of underglaze cobalt blue, iron red and gilding. The design made up of a Peony petal ground, inset with ogee shaped reserves containing bamboo motifs. The cups date to the late 18th century circa 1770-1800. The sake cups are approximately 5cm or two inches in height, and 5cm or two inches in diameter, and are in good condition with no cracks, chips or other damage. Shipping at Cost.


Pair Ko Imari Peony and Bamboo Sake Cups Edo 18C

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 1003749 (stock# 2034)

Pair Ko Imari Peony and Bamboo Sake Cups Edo  18C
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A pair of Ko Imari porcelain cylindrical, tsutsu-gata, sake cups, guinomi, painted in a combination of underglaze cobalt blue, iron red and gilding. The design made up of a Peony petal ground, inset with ogee shaped reserves containing bamboo motifs. The cups date to the late 18th century circa 1770-1800. The sake cups are approximately 5cm or two inches in height, and 5cm or two inches in diameter, and are in good condition with no cracks, chips or other damage. Shipping at Cost.


Fine Imari Kotobuki Dish Late Edo

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1900   item# 1002376 (stock# 2034)

Fine Imari Kotobuki Dish Late Edo
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A fine Imari dish in nishikide or brocade style the central motif containing a kotobuki, shou, Long Life symbol. The cavetto is decorated with an aka-e kinrande ground containing Hoo bird and Dragon mons interspersed with stylised clouds, and reserves containing stylised orchids, ran, framed by an under glaze blue diaper border. The reverse painted with a classic lotus arabesque, and a four character fuki chosun, mark, meaning good fortune and a long lifeand four widely spaced spur marks to ...click for details


Fine Ko Imari Fan Shaped Dish Circa 1850

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1900   item# 1002065 (stock# 2027)

Fine Ko Imari Fan Shaped Dish Circa 1850
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A very unusual Ko Imari dish in the shape of a Japanese Fan dating to the late Mid Edo period made for the Japanese domestic market. The dish decorated with Karakusa iron red brocade to the border and various irregularly sized marumon, roundel motifs, containing brocades and floral and other motifs, including Hoo birds, dragons, Peonies, Pine and Chrysanthemums. The reverse undecorated. Condition good, except for a small Japanese clear lacquer or glass repair to the top right hand corner of ...click for details


Fine Daishoji Imari abalone Shaped Dish Meji c.1900

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1920   item# 1002051 (stock# 2026)

Fine Daishoji Imari abalone Shaped Dish Meji c.1900
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A fine late Meji period Daishoji Imari Abalone shaped dish decorated in under-glaze cobalt blue and gilt outline enamels with the subject matter of an Aubergine, Naso, an auspicious homophone, suggesting the achievement of something great. The dish faithfully copies a Ko Imari example of the late mid Edo period. The dish measures 22.5cm or 8.75 inches in diameter and is in perfect condition. Shipping at Cost.


Ko Imari "Treasures of the Sea" Abalone Dish c.1750

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 1002041 (stock# 2024)

Ko Imari "Treasures of the Sea" Abalone Dish c.1750
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A good, Awabi-gata, abalone shell shaped dish decorated in characteristic some-nishikide style of underglaze blue with additional gilt outlined enamels. The principal motif is Hamaguri and horaigai – Clam and Conch – the Treasures of the Sea – a motif particularly associated in Japanese iconography with Horai island, the Isle of the Immortals; here identified by stylised rocks and Pine trees, traditional symbols of longevity. The clam was esoterically associated in Daoist mythology with the cre ...click for details


Fine Nabeshima Irises Pattern Dish 19c

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1910   item# 999776 (stock# 2016)

Fine Nabeshima Irises Pattern Dish 19c
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A Nabeshima dish of mokouhai-gata form with a high foot rim finely painted with a pattern of Irises in underglaze cobalt blue. The reverse painted with a stylised floral motif and a classic comb-shaped border of regularly spaced vertical lines ,Kushijo. The dish measures 16.1cm or 6.25 inches in diameter, the foot-rim is 8.2cmin diameter, and stands approximately 4cm in height. The dish has a small filled chip to the rim and a very short related hairline at 5 o'clock, and a similar very shor ...click for details


Fine Nabeshima Seven Jars Dish 19C

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1910   item# 999775 (stock# 2015)

Fine Nabeshima Seven Jars Dish 19C
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A fine Nabeshima dish dating to the nineteenth century decorated with a design of, Sihickiko, seven wine jars set against an imbricated wave, seigaiha, ground of “blue ocean waves”. An auspicious motif and a homophone with koh-shichi – Happy seven. One jar decorated with a cracked “ice” pattern, the others with a drip pattern around the collarsand the other with stylised clouds. The dish is of classic mokouhai-gata form with a high footrim. The reverse decorated with three Shippo motifs, ma ...click for details


Ko Imari Wisteria and Bamboo Dish c.1700

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 999497 (stock# 2013)

Ko Imari Wisteria and Bamboo Dish c.1700
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A mid-sized serving dish or mukozuke decorated using the katagami zuri, or stencil technique, which was borrowed from contemporary textile production. This technique was employed contemporaneously at the Nabeshima kiln, and although apparently a mass production technique, it was actually reserved for use on more expensive porcelains, because of the cost of the actual stencils. This class of porcelain was produced only for a comparatively short period circa 1690-1730, probably at the Kama-no Tsu ...click for details


Fine Nabeshima Seven Jars Dish 19C

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1900   item# 999493 (stock# 2012)

Fine Nabeshima Seven Jars Dish 19C
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A fine Nabeshima dish dating to the nineteenth century decorated with a design of, Sihickiko, seven wine jars set against an imbricated wave, seigaiha, ground of “blue ocean waves”. An auspicious motif and a homophone with koh-shichi – Happy seven. One jar decorated with a cracked “ice” pattern, the others with a drip pattern around the collarsand the other with stylised clouds. The dish is of classic mokouhai-gata form with a high footrim. The reverse decorated with three Shippo motifs, ma ...click for details

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