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Japanese Ko Imari Bowl, Early 18th Century

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All Items: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1800: item # 1177060

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£185.00

Japanese Ko Imari Bowl, Early 18th Century
A JAPANESE IMARI BOWL, EARLY 18TH CENTURY.

The bowl is moulded in a form based upon a chrysanthemum flower, the interior with further flowers and brocaded bands, the exterior with simple stems of foliage. Within the foot-rim is a six-character apocryphal Chinese Ming reign mark for Chenghua.

Sotheby's London sold a very similar bowl ( 20.1 cm dia.) in 1990 for GBP 880, how times have changed!

Approximately 17.6 cm diameter, 5.8 cm high. The gilding on the rim is rubbed, otherwise no cracks, chips or restoration.

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