A Fine Blue And White Porcelain Dish With Sweetfish Arita ware. Sweetfish among water grass in a stream with ripples under willow extending to the rim with plums in a partly snow-clad stream, the reverse encircled with. Scrolling, the glazed base set with four spar marks, some kiln-grit adhering to the footring, manufacturing imperfections to the glaze with flaw lines and the front medallion and base uneven, covered with a pale blue tinged glaze in darker hues where thick, partly soiled.
The Arita porcelain dish is thought to have been manufactured in the last quarter of the 17th century for the domestic market. Appears to have been one of the popular decorative objects adopted for high-quality pieces in the later 17th century in Arita. 21.1 cm (8.3 in) maximum cross diameter. Undamaged with no chips, cracks and restoration. Some manufacturing imperfections to the glaze with some flaw lines (glazed) and the base and front medallion are uneven.Very good ring when tapped. Old wear to the glaze in general use. Are antiques and works of art with some age, which are unconditionally guaranteed to be genuine as described. The dimensions of each lot stated in the descriptive information are approximate.
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The item "A Fine Blue & White Arita (Ko-Imari) Porcelain Dish With Sweetfish. Edo Late 17" is in sale since Wednesday, May 8, 2019. This item is in the category "Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Plates".The seller is "at-asian-art" and is located in Saitama. This item can be shipped worldwide.