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Ko Imari Mamezara Set of 5 c.1780

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Ko Imari Mamezara Set of 5 c.1780
$250 - £150

Ko Imari Mamezara Set of 5 c.1780 A fine set of five serving dishes, mamezara, decorated in “ko sometsuke” style of square canted form on raised feet. These dishes date to the period 1780-1810. A set of five dishes in the same pattern are illustrated at page 467 of the “Complete Catalogue of the Shibata Collection” no 3676. The central motif, rocks “Sui”, Botan, peonies” and Banana Plantain “Basho”, the interior register, a swastika diaper with reserves with fuku and kotobuki characters, signifying good luck and longevity painted in resist against a blue ground. The reverse decorated with a “Kraak” style pattern. The dishes measure approximately 9.5cms in length and width, and are 2.5cms high and are in excellent condition, no chips, cracks or restoration. Shipping at Cost.

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