Seto Ware Horse-Eye Dish | Japan, 19C¥12,000 (tax included)
A rural pottery dish had been made in the late Edo period in Aichi Prefecture, Japan erstwhile. This type of dishes were made only late Edo period to early Meiji period.
A spiral pattern is drawn boldly along rim of the plate. In Japan it is called the horse-eye dish caused by look like the eyes of a raised horse.
There are some tips and crack, but no problem in practical use as its tough made.
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