Two Japanese Imari porcelain round form dishes measuring 6" diameter x 1 1/4” high. Each dish is decorated in underglaze blue and overglaze polychrome pigments with gilt highlights and features a circular central floral medallion surrounded by six alternating panels, three painted with flowers in a garden and three decorated with birds set against an underglaze blue background with gilt scrolling vine highlights. The exterior circumference is decorated with underglaze blue stylized forms. The dishes appear to date from the late Meiji to Taisho period (circa 1910-1920). Very good overall condition with typical rubbing of the gilt and overglaze pigments. One pin-head sized area of pigment loss is evident at the rim of one dish (see enlargement 7). These dishes are from a Santa Fe collection.