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Japanese Kakiemon enameled porcelain dish

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Directory: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1920: Item # 686680

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Late 1800s / early 1900s

The shape of this lobed dish with three sides was likely inspired by ceramic forms said to be based on the shape of Mount Fuji. The shallow tri-lobed dish is set on a raised foot with its circumference painted in a continuous fretwork pattern in underglaze cobalt blue. In the center of the glazed base is a square seal-form fuku mark. The edge of the flaring rim is enameled brown. A basket of flowers in the standard Kakiemon palette is painted to one side of the interior making a pleasant asymmetric effect against the clear-glazed white porcelain background.

Height: 1 1/8 in.; Width: 6 ½ in.