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Pair of Ko Imari Aka-e Kinrande Mukuzuke Mid Edo
An interesting pair of straight sided flared bowls decorated with contrasting panels of Bamboo, painted with gilt outlined enamels, and Aka-e kinrande with unusual black enamel roundels with kara kusa patterns, brocade balls, and green and gilt demi florets. The interior of the bowls decorated with two contrasting diaper patterns and a mon style motif to the interior. The bowls are 12cm in diameter and stand just under 8cm high. The bowls date to the mid 18th century. They are in overall good condition except that one has a minute chip to the rim, and the other some in the production kiln flaws. Shipping at Cost.


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