This is an Antique Japanese Blue and White Porcelain Imari Plate Charger. It is a Japanese Imari blue and white transferware plate. It depicts a three-toed Imperial dragon in the heavens with a pearl in its grasp.
It is surrounded by birds, water fowl, and a butterfly. The plate likely dates to the late Edo period. It is 10 ¼ in diameter and 1 ½ deep. The plate is in excellent aged condition.
There is a firing break in the porcelain and a ridge in the plate that manifests as a wear line in the transferware (see pictures). The piece was acquired from the Estate of a Fine Asian Antique Collector. The stand shown in some of the pictures is for display purposes only and is not included in the listing. The item "Antique Japanese Blue White Porcelain Imari Plate Transferware Edo Period" is in sale since Monday, October 17, 2016. This item is in the category "Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Plates".
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