Some kiln-grit adhering to the footring, covered with a typical pale blue tinged glaze in darker hues where thick, partly soiled. At first glance, the square dish looks like a Hirado piece because of the style of potting and quality of painting.
In fact it was manufactured in the Okawachi kiln some time between the Bunsei and Tenpo periods specifically for "presentation". Another identical but dated example with inscriptions is illustrated in. Ogi (1988), which is signed and dated 1860 on the dish. 14.4 x 14.4 cm (5.66 x 5.66 in) maximum cross diameter, 3.6 cm (1.41 in) high. The porcelain dish is in excellent condition with no cracks, chips and restoration.
Some minor 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. Due to lighting and shooting conditions, some colour variation and brightness in digital images may vary depending on your computer monitor settings and performance of monitors. Extra images on each lot will be provided upon request.
Bank processing times vary from bank to bank and country to country. Offered by postal-administration members of the Universal Postal Union. We cannot be held liable for these charges under any circumstances, as they are beyond our control. All necessary permits in exporting goods from Japan are undertaken for purchasers.The item "A Very Fine Blue & White Nabeshima Square Moulded Rokaku Dish. 1810-1840" is in sale since Thursday, June 27, 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.