Heavily potted "aka-e" Kutani porcelain plate decorated in polychrome enamel and gilt highlights with three fan and shell form cartouches. One features a landscape scene, the second has white birds executed in moriage flying above pines, and the third contains two nobles. The vignettes are set against a cloud patterned background with gilt highlights. The back is decorated around the circumference with a pine and cherry blossom motif. It is marked in kanji in overglaze rust-red "Kutani Doi made." Dates from the late Meiji to early Taisho period (circa 1900 - 1915). 9 1/8" diameter by 1 5/8"H. Very good overall condition with no chips or cracks. There is some rubbing to the overglaze pigments.