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Ko Imari Hasami-yaki Kurawanka Dish c.1750

Ko Imari Hasami-yaki Kurawanka Dish c.1750

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Directory: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1800: Item # 1237761

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A Hasami-yaki bowl of scalloped form bowl decorated with konnyaku stamped decoration of Chrysanthemum and leaves, and gobenka to the centre with Tako Karakusa decoration to the rim and a Karakusa arabesque to the reverse and a stylised Fuku mark to the base. The bowl is a good and relatively early example of the style of ware made at Nagasaki under the Owara clan for the mass market. The dish dates to the mid Edo era and the mid 18th century. It is in good condition and measures 14.5cm in diameter. Shipping at Cost.