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Japanese Imari Porcelain Charger with Birds and Flowers

Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1900   item# 1293825 (stock#02-275)

Japanese Imari Porcelain Charger with Birds and Flowers
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Flying Cranes Antiques Ltd.
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A large Imari porcelain charger rendered with vibrant, multi-colored enamels on a pristine white surface. Traditional brocading along the rim with aoi-shaped cartouches and basket-weave design in mohammed-in-blue and iron red enamel leads to a fanciful arrangement of blossoming flowers in imaginative colors. Peonies and foliage burst out of a basket as butterflies and sparrows hover above. Contrasting shades of lime green, turquoise, mauve and iron red set this unique Imari charger apart from a ...click for details


Japanese Imari Porcelain Plate

Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1900   item# 1293512 (stock#FC-464c)

Japanese Imari Porcelain Plate
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Flying Cranes Antiques Ltd.
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This Imari scalloped-edge plate with floral rondel has alternating panels decorated in rich enamels, floral brocading and ho-o birds creating a sunburst affect. This plate is in excellent condition with no cracks, chips or restoration. Diameter: 9.5” Meiji Period, Japan


A Ko-Imari Blue and White Plate with Low Relief Design - Edo/Meiji

Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1900   item# 1293511 (stock# ~ ~ ~ )

A Ko-Imari Blue and White Plate with Low Relief Design - Edo/Meiji
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Ichiban Japanese & Oriental Antiques
203.272.7392



 

This is an interesting blue and white Ko-Imari plate which we date to the period of 1850-1880s. The center of the plate has a dark cobalt blue underglaze circular design that has a number of usage scratches that make it a bit difficult to see the design in this circle. However by varying the lighting we can see that the design is of a single large flower with vines and leaves below it. This center piece is surrounded by a circle of low relief waves. The rest of the top of the plate has a very sw ...click for details


Ko Imari Sansui Kakuzara c.1750-80

Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1700   item# 1293336 (stock#2835)

Ko Imari Sansui Kakuzara c.1750-80
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EastWest Gallery




£120 - $200 

A fine mid 18th century square shaped dish decorated with an all-over scrolling vine arabesque over-laid with reserves of shishiki (poem cards)and tanazu (poem slips) form containing respectively a classic sansuiga landscape and a repeating kacho-ga motif of bird and flowers, possibly from its context a Literary reference. This class of design ultimately derives from textile designs. The reverse is decorated with a classic karakusa, lotus vine arabesque, in underglaze blue, and a six characte ...click for details


Fine Imari Export Soy Ewer c.1700

Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 1293331 (stock#2829)

Fine Imari Export Soy Ewer c.1700
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EastWest Gallery




£350 - $560 

An elegant ewer of conventional metal form decorated in a three colour Imari palette with Waka matsu, young pine, and Cherry blossom in the foreground flanking a roundel containing the letter “S”, and two landscape vignettes containing a Pagoda supported upon cloud scrolls to the neck. The ewer measures approximately 17.5cm high (7 inches) and is in good condition no chips, cracks or restoration, some light crazing to the glaze in areas to the base. Dating circa 1700-20. Shipping at Cost.


Rare Ko Imari Shirasagi-zu Waboritsunagi Bowl 18C

Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 1293329 (stock#2830)

Rare Ko Imari Shirasagi-zu Waboritsunagi Bowl 18C
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EastWest Gallery




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A rare serving dish with a reticulated border of interlocking rings, richly enamelled and gilded, the centre decorated with a reverse painted, kakewake, scene of three White Herons, san shirasagi, a classic motif found on Arita porcelain from the mid seventeenth century, surrounded by marshland plants, the distinctive heart vine, Aoi, and Kuwai, the Japanese arrowhead. The White Heron here symbolises purity. The reverse decorated in a palette of iron red and gilt with a finely painted with ka ...click for details


Late Edo Ojiyama-yaki Imari Style plate and collector's box

Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1900   item# 1293281 (stock#1221)

Late Edo Ojiyama-yaki Imari Style plate and collector's box
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Antique Rich Sales
616-307-4443



 

The famous kiln where this dish was made was re-opened in 1988. This blue and white arita style dish is from the original 1860’s factory. The factory closed in 1869 so this dish dates to before that time. According to the hand written card it depicts a drawing of two horses. The card also gives the original owner’s name and family as well as the type of ware. The dish is well potted and carefully hand painted. It measures 8 ¼ inches across and 1 ¾ inches high. Both the dish and the collector’ ...click for details


Set of 7 Early Hand Painted and Stenciled Imari Plates

Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1837 VR   item# 1293274 (stock#1218)

Set of 7 Early Hand Painted and Stenciled Imari Plates
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Antique Rich Sales
616-307-4443



 

These have all been in a wood fired kiln and have three irregular stilt marks on the base. The front design has been executed using stencils while the backs are freely hand painted. It’s interesting that the stencils were revered on some of the plates causing the deer to face in different directions. Each plate measures about 8 ½ inches across but they differ slightly in size and shape. They all have small chips on the rim of the base and glaze imperfections from when they were made. One has ...click for details


Japanese Imari Tray with Seashells and Birds

Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1900   item# 1293022 (stock#900c)

Japanese Imari Tray with Seashells and Birds
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Flying Cranes Antiques Ltd.
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Here is a shallow Imari porcelain tray of oval form with scroll-shaped handles. A band of maple leaves amid vines decorates the rim in gilt and salmon-hued enamels. Two cartouches with birds amid sakura and kiku decorate an energetic scene of a foamy whirlpool surrounded by seashells, clams, and seaweed. It is in very good condition, wear commiserate with age. Hichozan mark on base Length: 15.5", width: 12.75" 19th Century, Japan


Pair of Japanese Imari Vases with Cranes

Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1920   item# 1293000 (stock#FC-1279c)

Pair of Japanese Imari Vases with Cranes
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Flying Cranes Antiques Ltd.
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A stunning and unusual pair of Fukagawa vases, their bodies decorated with ogee-shaped brocading along the rims in gray and turquoise enamels. Elegant red-capped cranes at the base of a gnarled pine burrow their beaks into their bodies, surrounded by blossoming peonies. On the reverse, a lone crane soars in mid- flight. Brilliant tones of gray and cobalt with accents in iron red, green and turquoise lend drama to the imagery. Red Koransha mark on bases. This pair of porcelain vases is in mint co ...click for details


Rare Kakiemon Moulded Dish circa 1660

Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1700   item# 1292828 (stock#2820 )

Rare Kakiemon Moulded Dish circa 1660
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EastWest Gallery




£450 - $720 

A very rare Kakiemon moulded dish, ozara, in a nigoshide type porcelain body dating from the first period of the Kakiemon kiln at Nangawara. The dish is moulded with various motifs and symbols of Longevity, including, a pair of cranes, pine, bamboo, a minogame, and prunus, and a pair of precious objects an artemesin leaf combined with a flywhisk. In between the framed motifs various forms of yoraku, pendant Buddhist jewels. The dish is of twelve sided form with a barbed rim suggesting the form ...click for details


Japanese Imari Porcelain Plate with Karako and Ikebana Arrangement

Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1900   item# 1292723 (stock#FC-463c)

Japanese Imari Porcelain Plate with Karako and Ikebana Arrangement
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Flying Cranes Antiques Ltd.
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A fine Japanese Imari porcelain plate with foliate rim. On its surface, a fan-shaped cartouche with two karako (boys) play at a well flanked by geometric and floral patterns in contrasting blue shades. An overlapping central image of lush peonies displayed in a vase completes the visual. This striking porcelain plate with its characteristic Imari color palette is in very good condition with only minor rubbing to the gilt commensurate with age and use. Diameter: 12” 19th Century, Japan


Antique Mingei Iroe Enamelled Hirasa Porcelain Plate

Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1900   item# 1292696 (stock#084)

Antique Mingei Iroe Enamelled Hirasa Porcelain Plate
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tatami
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HIRASA PLATE

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Rare Kakiemon Moulded Dish circa 1660

Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1700   item# 1292601 (stock#2817)

 Rare Kakiemon Moulded Dish circa 1660
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EastWest Gallery




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A very rare Kakiemon moulded dish, ozara, in a nigoshide type porcelain body dating from the first period of the Kakiemon kiln at Nangawara. The dish is moulded with various motifs and symbols of Longevity, including, a pair of cranes, pine, bamboo, a minogame, and prunus, and a pair of precious objects an artemesin leaf combined with a flywhisk. In between the framed motifs various forms of yoraku, pendant Buddhist jewels. The rim barbed. Shards of this particular dish have been recovered by a ...click for details


Ko-Imari or Kakiemon charger with gold makie lacquer design

Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 1292413 (stock#1208)

Ko-Imari or Kakiemon charger with gold makie lacquer design
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Antique Rich Sales
616-307-4443



 

This unique porcelain charger was probably made around 1700 for the export market. In all my research I have never come across anything like it. With the outer border of black lacquer and intricate gold makie to the inner hand painted geometric border and then the inner “framed” naturalistic depiction of a bird on a branch it is wonderful. Except for the central circle the back is heavily lacquered in black. When I first purchased it someone had used a heavy wire hanger to hang it on a wall. Ov ...click for details

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