The size of bowl: 6 7/8" Dia x 2 1/8" Very unusual Japanese Ko Imari Porcelain Namasu Bowl. The bowl has the design of flower motif in the center with bamboo leaves around. The side wall has two windows of phoenix bird and tropical plants. Bewteen them, gold Karakusa and spider mums design in gold and red. Very well painted. The shape of bowl is also nice with curving up. Outside has blue underglaze design. Good quality bowl. It is nice size bowl. The condition of bowl very good, no chip, no crack and no hairline except noting there is one Kamahi (original kiln spot) at foot rim with glazed. Two area outside bowl has glazing missed out which happened often. One small red paint spot 3 mm long at next to glaze missed spot which photo showing. The center flower petal area has little enamel loss due to the age. Dating from late 19c, end of Edo to Meiji period. 1850-1880.