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Ko Imari Sansui-zu Awabigata Dish c.1740-70

Ko Imari Sansui-zu Awabigata Dish c.1740-70

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Directory: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1800: Item # 1403628

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An Arita abalone (Mother of Pearl) shaped dish painted in somenishikide style with a stylised landscape of Mountainous Islands, a shoreline with rocky outcrops with various trees including Pine, flowers and grasses with a rather peculiar and precarious structure in the foreground seemingly lacking several posts in its construction. The reverse decorated with landscape vignettes to the reverse and a six character mark for the Chinese Emperor Qianlong. It dates to the Horeki era of the Mid-Edo period. The dish measures 22cm long and 18.5cm wide. It stands 4.2cm high and has a footring diameter of 12cm. It weighs 472 grams. It is in good condition, no cracks, chips or restoration some kiln flaws and wear consistent with its age. Worldwide shipping included in the US $ price and UK shipping.