A Kaga Kutani dish with multiple reserves in each of which are scenes depicting seven different scenes of court ladies and floral designs. The dominant color of the plate is a rust orange – one of the classic Kutani colors. The dish measures 7 ½” in diameter and is ½” deep. There is a seven character Kanji mark that translates as - "Kaga Kutani Hatano Sei ( made in Kaga) – and
Yutae(? not clear) Ga which means painted by Yutae – name not clear. It is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks and dates from the late Meiji period, circa 1910. Kaga is a town in Ishikawa province that is famous for its fine porcelains – it is located in the Chubo region on Honshu island, Japan. The capital is Kanazawa.