PercivalHunt is located in Benover, Nr Yalding, United Kingdom
Japanese Arita Imari Carp-form Dish c.1710
REF: SH 2286 / LA351727
Japanese Arita Imari dish in the form of a carp, dating to the Kyoho era circa 1710-40. It was designed for use in the Kaiseki meal associated with the tea ceremony. Reverse decorated with sketchily painted waves. The potters were not seeking perfection for this type of ware – instead, aiming for a reasonable facsimile of the original Chinese ko-sometsuke wares. Length 23 cm, 11.2 cm at widest part, stands 3.2 cm high
PercivalHunt has clarified that the Japanese Arita Imari Carp-form Dish c.1710 (LA351727) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being circa 1710
In good condition for age - except some repairs to the foot rim and minor fritting along the edge of the rim.
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This Japanese Arita Imari Carp-form Dish c.1710 is located in Benover, Nr Yalding, United Kingdom