Early Imari Ware Blue and White Porcelain Dish with Flower and Plant DesignSOLD OUT
An Early Imari blue-and-white dish fired during the 1620 to 30s. The wall rises slightly from a sand attached base and forms a rim that draws three arabesque patterns, and the flower and plant designs are illustrated in the front. Since a similar painting style example exists, it could be produced in the Sarukawa kiln. Still, it isn’t easy to indicate because there are many kilns in this age group. Among the many flower and plant designs in the early Imari, it has branches that extend straight to the centre and down headed flowers. A quirky style of painting is preferable.
There are minor flaws during the kiln process and a chip on the footring, but there are no noticeable defects, and the condition is excellent as early Imari. The crackle glaze runs along with the form and the bluish glaze are also highlights.
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