Antique Japanese Edo Period Bowl Oriental Dish - Japanese Deep Plate Asian Pottery Stoneware IMARI Arita Circa 1700 to 1850s
I am pleased to offer this beautiful piece of Japanese History for your collection directly from an Estate Sale in New Hampshire. This dish dates from 1700 to 1850’s and is in excellent condition for being well over 160 years old. In the right home and with continued love it will be around for another 160 plus years. My understanding it has been in their family and displayed for well over 90 years in their home.
This exquisite example of Japanese Imari measures 8 3/8 inches in Diameter and stands 1 5/8 inches high. The hand painted is clear and bright. There are minor flaws that occurred during the original firing. The dish has a tight crack the runs in the center of the dish (see pictures) and can be seen on the bottom of the dish (could have been done during the firing process). There is a small chip on the bottom foot of the plate (see pictures). No other damage is noted. Please ask questions and see all the pictures prior to bidding. The dish will be insured and packaged for shipping with the utmost care to ensure it arrives safely.
History from Kovels: Imari porcelain was made in Japan and China beginning in the seventeenth century. In the eighteenth century and later, it was copied by porcelain factories in Germany, France, England, and the United States. It was especially popular in the nineteenth century and is still being made. Imari is characteristically decorated with stylized bamboo, floral, and geometric designs in orange, red, green, and blue. Japanese Imari had less details, darker colors, and less gold by the middle of the nineteenth century. The name comes from the Japanese port of Imari, which exported the ware made nearby in a factory at Arita. Imari is now a general term for any pattern of this type.
Edo Period - 19th Century Japanese Imari Porcelain Bowl / Plate
Antique Japanese - Likely Edo Period Imari Porcelain Shallow Bowl / Plate
Japanese Edo period (1603-1868)
Due to trade difficulties with China by the end of the Chinese Ming dynasty, and an improved Japanese economy during the Momoyama period (1573-1615), a strong demand for Japanese ceramics resulted in a surge of creativity. Thousands of kilns developed their own regional style. High-fired stonewares were central to this tradition. This is also when we say that the modern Japanese porcelain industry started.
During the 17th and early 18th century Japanese porcelain was very popular in Europe and competed successfully with the Chinese. Blue and white Arita porcelain was copied on tin glazed earthenware in many places in Europe, of which Dutch Delft faiance is the most famous. During the 18th century Kakiemon enamel decoration was also widely copied in England. Although Japanese porcelain production developed its own styles, the influence of Chinese and Korean porcelain traditions can often and easily be found.
Even when Japan lived isolated from the rest of the world, during the entire Edo period (1603-1868), significant amounts of Japanese porcelain was exported to Western countries, mostly by the Dutch East India Company.
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