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Delightful Meiji Period Fukagawa Bowl with early Koran Sha mark to base - c1870.


Our Price: £250.00
Description
 

A n exquisite Antique Imari hand painted porcelain scalloped rim bowl dating from the Meiji Period and bearing the early Koran Sha Fukagawa mark - c1870.  

The beautifully hand painted panels are decorated with intricate flowers and tiny iradescent perriwinkle shells in the Imari palette with iron red, cobalt blue and highlighted with gilt.

The exterior is allover decorated in the same style and the bowl is in excellent undamaged or restored condition and is a must for any collector.

Dimensions :

Diameter : 5.1ins ( 13cms)

Height : 2.4ins (6cms)

 Catalogue No : BAAJC 0049

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Delightful Meiji Period Fukagawa Bowl with early Koran Sha mark to base - c1870.
Delightful Meiji Period Fukagawa Bowl with early Koran Sha mark to base - c1870. Delightful Meiji Period Fukagawa Bowl with early Koran Sha mark to base - c1870. Delightful Meiji Period Fukagawa Bowl with early Koran Sha mark to base - c1870. Delightful Meiji Period Fukagawa Bowl with early Koran Sha mark to base - c1870.