Arita Ko Imari Fuyode Dish, 17th Century.
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A JAPANESE KO-IMARI EXPORT DISH, CIRCA 1660 ~ 1680
This style of dish is known as Fuyode and is the Arita equivalent of the Chinese Wanli dish. The famous Wanli ‘Kraak’ dishes were favoured in the Netherlands and when it became impossible for the Dutch to trade safely with China they ordered porcelains to be made in Arita. Some of these porcelains were copied from Dutch Delft pottery examples and some of these Delft pieces were copies of Wanli porclains………… confused?
Shibata illustrates a very similar dish in Volume II, number 395.
8.3/16 inches (20.8cm) diameter. Good condition. No chips or cracks or restoration. Light genuine wear.
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