£80 - $145
A small serving bowl mukuzuke of wasted form with a scalloped rim decorated with an underglaze blue ground of scrolling vines with chrysanthemum leaves inset with reserves containing a pair of auspicious objects, an artemeisia leave and a cash or jewelled shippo, bound by ribbons. The border enamelled and gilded with a band of nindoumon karakusa, honey suckle or acanthus leaf arabesque. The interior containing an auspicious peach, and a band of ruyi shaped clouds, symbolising a wish for long life.
The bowl is in good condition with no chips, cracks or restoration and measures approximately 10.5 cm in diameter and 7 cm in height. The bowl dates to the period 1740-60.
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