Early Imari Hyakken Kiln Blue and White Porcelain TeabowlARCHIVED
A teabowl fired in the Hyakken kiln during the early Edo period. It showcases a symmetrical and distinctive flower pattern on the exterior, with a delicate crackle glaze covering the entire surface. Among the early Arita porcelain, known as Early Imari, this kiln is characterized by a significant Chinese influence, which is evident in the tenmoku-like shape of this piece. The bowl stands out as a rare example that beautifully merges unique paintings with an appealing form.
There is a minor Kintsugi restoration on the lip and a few short hairlines. Apart from these, there are no noticeable defects, and the teabowl is in good condition.
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