Antique Japanese Kakiemon Arita Porcelain Bowl.


The five-petalled brown edged porcelain bowl with deep curving sides standing on a straight circular foot and decorated in the Kakiemon palette with a flowering prunus with a perched bird, a small flying bird and flowering bamboo on rockwork. The inside decorated twice with two  large and a small flowering plants and two flying insects.  On the bottom a Dresden carved inventory Johanneums number  N : 19 , from the inventory of August II, King of Polen and Kurfürst of Sachsen , from the porcelain collection in the “Japanischen Palast zu Dresden.”  

Literature : 

Japanese Export Porcelain, Cataloque of the collection of the Ashmolean Museum Oxford by Oliver Impey  Blz. 146 Nm 203.

Japanese Porcelain by P.L.W. Arts – Page 63  Nm. 36.

Condition : Crack restored 

 

Japan - Arita

Circa 1700.

 

Height:    9,5 cm.  (3,7 inches.)

Diam. :  18,5 cm.  (7,3 inches.)

Weight : 511 gram.

 

Material
Porcelain
Weight
511 gr
Dimensions
9.5 cm
Reference
D.010
Price
sold
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