A Japanese Arita porcelain Kakiemon style dish, circa 1720~1750 The square dish with indented corners, the rim with a deep kuchibeni brown rim, the centre with a gobenka motif. The cavetto is decorated with flowers and grasses amongst rocks. Tiny touches of coloured enamels have been applied to the design, a style first seen in the early 18th century. Within the foot-rim can be found a six-character imitation of a Chinese Ming Chenghua reign mark ‘Daimin Seika Nensei’. The first character Dai is the variant form with a dot between the legs.
Approximately 17.1cm square. In fine condition except for a shallow polished chip the the edge. In the close-up photograph of the polished chip a light area immediately above this chip is not damage, just a tiny area missing the brown dressing.
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