The Chinese porcelain dish has a border of two repeating elements, a garlanded ruyi and three interlinked rings. The centre of the dish depicts a Chinese landscape with two scholars approaching a solitary angler. The dish was made for the Japanese where such pieces were used and much appreciated in the tea ceremony, at a time when the Japanese porcelain industry was in its infancy.
Approximately 15.5 cm diameter. No cracks or restoration, just some inevitable mushikui, “worm eaten edge” that is a signature of these wares.
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