Ko-Imari Small Dish with Konjac Stamped Autumn Leaves Design | Japan, 18C

¥8,000 JPY

Imari ware small dish fired in the middle of the Edo period. The autumn leaves are stamped using the konjac stamping technique on the model moulded body. The konjac stamping technique started around the Jokyo period (1684-) and disappeared in just half a century. This piece is thought to have been made around Arita Sarayama in the early days considering the soil quality and the colour of cobalt. In addition, it is an elaborate work that the cubic modelling and hand-painting on the backside.

Although it is a crackle glaze, there are only minor flaws occurred during the kiln process and it is in good condition.

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