The square bowl with scalloped sides is flanked by a pair of handles and is decorated in pink, white, red, and blue in a floral motif. The interior is centered with a floral bouquet on a white background, and rim is marked by a design of eight inverted flowers. The exterior is designed with six reserves with floral bouquets...
The small vessel with applied spout and corkscrew handle has a soft celadon glaze. This unique little piece is a great accent of a table or shelf. The body is marked on the side near the base with an impressed artist stamp.
Size: 4 6/8” high
The three tapering cylindrical jars of graduating sizes have a flat lid glazed in the same shades of mustard yellow, sky blue and shades of green. The molded jars have a ribbed surface in the middle and at the base. The pieces are unmarked and are probably Japanese circa 1950.
Size: 4” high 5” diameter (largest)
This shallow bowl/plate epitomizes the classic Imari porcelain style. The elegantly scalloped edges are gold rimmed. The interior side boarders are in a blue and white motif display alternating patterns of beetles, geometric design and, a fishing vignette. The base of the bowl/plate is encircled with a large band of gold, red, green and, blue. This consists of cranes, maples and, floral motifs...