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Japanese porcelain Imari dish

Japanese porcelain Imari dish

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Directory: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1800: Item # 1175184

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Ca. 1750

The central design of a stylized garden scene is surrounded by four peach-shaped cartouches in red, green, and gold enamels on a ground of underglaze cobalt blue plum blossoms highlighted in gold enamel. The reverse is encircled by underglaze blue chrysanthemums and a ring of enameled decoration around the foot. A spurious Chinese six-character Jiajing is written in underglaze blue on the base encircled by a single line of blue. An iron impurity in the clay has left a brown spot on the base. There is fine sand adhering to the foot from firing. The gilded mouth rim exhibits typical wear. Overall very good condition – no chips cracks or restorations. Acquired in Japan in 1975.

Diameter: 8 3/8 in., Height: 1 ½ in.