Sold Ceramics - Sold Japanese Imari 1690-1800 - Dishes - Page 1
Height 33 mm (1.30 inch), diameter of rim 255 mm (8.86 inch), diameter of footring 132 mm (5.20 inch)
Exhibited: The Asian Galleries Reinmagined - Color Across Asia held from 21 December 2016 to 13 May 2018 at the Ackland Art Museum, The University of North Carolina at Chaphil Hill, The United States of America, Object Guide no. 5.
Dish on footring, flat rim. On the base four spur-marks in an Y-pattern. Imari, decorated in underglaze blue, iron-red and gold with man fishing on a riverbank near a pagoda, trees and two sailing boats, on the left a waterfall with bamboo trees both originating from rockwork, On the horizon a mountain landscape with pagodas trees, clouds and the sun. On the sides and rim rocks from which flowering peony and chrysanthemum plants grow from behind brushwood fences. On the reverse a continuous wide spread flowering prunus scroll.
Condition : Perfect.