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Bulbous Early Meiji Period Arita Imari vase bearing the early Fukagawa Koran Sha mark - c1865


Our Price: £240.00
Description
 

This beautiful bulbous Arita Imari porcelain vase, hand thrown and decorated in underglaze blue and iron red, overglaze enamels and gilding and is decorated with a profusion of stems, leaves and flower heads, all highlighted in gold.

Two large reserves display clusters of flora and branches.

It is marked to the base as shown with the Fukagawa iron red Orchid mark from the early Meiji Period ,1865 .

Internally markings look like a decoraters signature.

There is some rubbing and fading to the highlights as appropriate with it's age and some minor original firing flaws, but otherwise in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or restorations.

Dimensions : 

8ins (20.5cm) high.

6ins (15.5cm) diameter at widest point.

Bulbous Early Meiji Period Arita Imari vase bearing the early Fukagawa Koran Sha mark - c1865
Bulbous Early Meiji Period Arita Imari vase bearing the early Fukagawa Koran Sha mark - c1865 Bulbous Early Meiji Period Arita Imari vase bearing the early Fukagawa Koran Sha mark - c1865 Bulbous Early Meiji Period Arita Imari vase bearing the early Fukagawa Koran Sha mark - c1865 Bulbous Early Meiji Period Arita Imari vase bearing the early Fukagawa Koran Sha mark - c1865