Hasami Ware Kurawanka Plate | Japan, 18CSOLD OUT
Hasami ware Kurawanka plate fired in the middle of the Edo period. It was mass-produced as a subcontractor for Arita ware and was intended for people’s use. The design depicted is a standard design that began to become popular during the Horyaku period (1751-1764), but the narrower lines of the arabesque pattern and the small five-petal design in the centre give the dish a sharp, clean impression.
The dark cobalt and the one-third sized base are reminiscent of early Imari. There is a short hairline on the rim, but there are no other defects and the condition is very good.
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