Japanese Arita porcelain dish in Kakiemon taste.


An interesting small Arita porcelain dish, c. 1720. The lobe moulded dish, enamelled in Kakiemon taste, with flowering plants, beneath three insects; the design overlapping the rim. Set upon a high footrim, having areas of shrinkage to the glaze, revealing the orange body beneath.
Possibly made at Uchiyama, Arita.
Diameter - 12.7 cm, 5".
Condition - Shrinkage to the glaze, and very minor wear to the enamels. Otherwise in perfect condition. No damage. No restoration.

Medium: Porcelain.

Condition: Condition - Shrinkage to the glaze, and very minor wear to the enamels. Otherwise in perfect condition. No damage. No restoration.

£1,250

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