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Rare Ko Imari Kuri-zu Shurogata dish Edo 18C

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 1209093 (stock# 2608)

Rare Ko Imari Kuri-zu Shurogata dish Edo 18C
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A good Arita dish in shurogata hemp palm form decorated with kuri, chestnuts, in a somenishikide palette of underglaze cobalt blue with gilt outlined enamels. Dishes with this pattern were copied at the Derby factory in England in the 1770’s, and moulds of this form were used by the Kakiemon kiln in Nangawara during the period 1750-80. The Chestnut is a classic Japanese seasonal motif for the autumn. The reverse is decorated with a continuous lotus scroll, karakusa, arabesque and a Chinese six c ...click for details


Ko Imari Shonsui Ring Shaped Box Late Edo c.1850

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1900   item# 1208994 (stock# 2607)

Ko Imari Shonsui Ring Shaped Box Late Edo c.1850
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A very finely painted Arita ring shaped wagata-bako porcelain box. It was probably used to contain cosmetics, possibly an Oshiroi-bako, used to contain white face powder. The cover is decorated in Shonsui style with a ring of maru-mon, brocade roundels incorporating the three friends of winter, Shochikubai, Pine, Bamboo and Plum blossom. The underside of the box is decorated with a karahana arabesque. The interior of both the top half and the lower half of the box decorated with wild flowers. Da ...click for details


Large Imari Kikua Botan zu Export Bowl c.1700

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 1208967 (stock# 2606)

Large Imari Kikua Botan zu Export Bowl c.1700
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A classic Japanese Imari bowl with a slightly everted rim richly decorated in typical Imari export style with three irregular lobed shaped reserves containing Chrysanthemums set against a dark blue brocade ground of Peonies and gilt Karakusa divided into three sections each containing three flowers. The foot-ring is decorated with a band of three further Peony flowers. The interior of the bowl is painted with a band inset with stylised flowers, Peony, Chrysanthemum and Gobenka, and the main regi ...click for details


Rare Kakiemon "Saka Gaki" Mizuaoi Bowl Bunsei c.1820

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1837 VR   item# 1208966 (stock# 2605)

Rare Kakiemon "Saka Gaki" Mizuaoi Bowl Bunsei c.1820
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An unusual and rare low bowl, hirabachi, produced at the Kakiemon kiln in the late Edo period, circa 1810-30. The design shows Mizuaoi, (Monochoria korsakowii), water hollyhocks, a distinctive marshland plant with beautiful blue flowers and luxuriant green foliage, and Sagi-so, Egret orchids, amongst a torrent of a mountain stream, juxtaposed against a stylised Karahana brocade ground. The reverse of the dish is painted with rocks and further flowers. The bowl’s irregular form and swirling mould ...click for details


Fine Large Imari Hanakago-de Low Dish c.1700

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 1206582 (stock# 2602)

Fine Large Imari Hanakago-de Low Dish c.1700
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An exceptionally fine five colour early Imari flat dish with everted rim. The dish is painted with an arrangement of Chrysanthemums displayed in a larger censer upon a low table or wood stand within a border of stylised scrolls and flowers. A popular motif known in Japan as the flower basket design, hanakago-de, and referred to as the Flower Pot pattern in Europe. It appears to have been originally derived from the flower basket of the Immortal Lan Cai. The rim is decorated with a blue brocade g ...click for details


Huge Arita Bowl with Lid - c. 1820-1850

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1900   item# 1206482 (stock# 2601)

Huge Arita Bowl with Lid - c. 1820-1850
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Huge Japanese porcelain bowl and lid, decorated with underglaze cobalt blue bats, and a Kylin or Kirin inside the lid, c.1820-1850. About 10-1/2" D x 7-1/2" H. The lid, when inverted, becomes a tazza or second bowl. Excellent condition with no chips, frits, cracks, hairlines or repairs. This consignment piece is located in Delaware. Insured shipping at cost.


Rare Ko Imari “Black Ship” Bowl c.1820

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1900   item# 1206241 (stock# 2600)

Rare Ko Imari “Black Ship” Bowl c.1820
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An unusual notched form straight sided heavy water bowl; such a bowl would have been used to clean and wet brushes used in the application of cosmetics. The exterior of the bowl features waves and the interior a “Black Ship”, a somewhat fanciful conflation of a European ship with a Junk, with three European style figures handling ropes. The bowl measures 14.5cms in diameter and stands 6cm high and is in good condition with no cracks, chips or other damage or restoration. Dating Bunsei era o ...click for details


Set of 5 Ko Imari Crane shaped Dishes c.1680

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1700   item# 1206240 (stock# 2599)

Set of 5 Ko Imari Crane shaped Dishes c.1680
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A set of five, sometsuke tusurugata kozara, blue and white Crane shaped small dishes dating to the late seventeenth century. An identical set of dishes is illustrated in volume II of the Shibata Collection at page 272 no 714, there dated c.1680-1710. Their condition is good all the dishes show crazing to the glaze, two have a minute chip each to the edge. Similar shaped dishes have been excavated from the Sarukawa kiln at Arita. Each dish measures approximately 9cm by 8cm and stand approximatel ...click for details


Fine Ko Imari Lotus and Ring Pattern Chawan c.1720 No2

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 1205830 (stock# 2597)

Fine Ko Imari Lotus and Ring Pattern Chawan c.1720 No2
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A very nice quality Japanese chawan, rice bowl, of conventional form dating to the Kyoho period, c.1716-1736, decorated with an auspicious pattern, kisshon-ga, featuring a ring motif containing auspicious clouds, painted in a combination of gilt and iron red wash, and Karahana, so called Chinese or “Tang flowers”, painted in a striking pallet of iron red, green, yellow enamels and gilding. The base of the bowl decorated with a Karakusa arabesque inset with Lotus flowers. The interior of the bow ...click for details


Fine Ko Imari Lotus and Ring Pattern Chawan c.1720 No 1

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 1205829 (stock# 2596)

Fine Ko Imari Lotus and Ring Pattern Chawan c.1720 No 1
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A very nice quality Japanese chawan, rice bowl, of conventional form dating to the Kyoho period, c.1716-1736, decorated with an auspicious pattern, kisshon-ga, featuring a ring motif containing auspicious clouds, painted in a combination of gilt and iron red wash, and Karahana, so called Chinese or “Tang flowers”, painted in a striking pallet of iron red, green, yellow enamels and gilding. The base of the bowl decorated with a Karakusa arabesque inset with Lotus flowers. The interior of the bow ...click for details

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