Mino Ware Ofukei Glazed Dish with Bellflower DesignSOLD OUT
A dish fired in Mino in the middle of the Edo period. The thick and heavy body with printed bellflowers design, and the tasteful Ofukei glaze is applied until the side of the base. This type of vessel was produced in several Mino old kilns in the late 17th and early 18th centuries. It seems that the lightning-like Kintsugi with a bellflower pattern represents the fickle summer sky.
There are no noticeable defects other than the Kintsugi repairs of the rim, and the condition is good. Come with a box.
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