Asian Antique Japanese Imari Bowl Circa 1840 Edo - Meiji Hand Painted Porcelain

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Seller: uniqueantiquesusa (2.889) 100%, Location: Kingsport, Tennessee, Ships to: US & many other countries, Item: 142777154150 Welcome to our store and thank you for your interest in this Asian Antique Japanese Imari Bowl Circa 1840 from the Late Edo to Early Meiji Period Hand Painted Porcelain Dish with a Scalloped Rim. This precious rare beauty has an underglaze of cobalt blue with an over glaze of red with hints of green. If you appreciate hand painted Japanese porcelain from the mid 1800's or earlier, this will make a delightful addition to your growing collection. You can see the brush strokes and imagine the fluidity of the artist's spirit and hand, which is very different from the more graphic, tightly rendered interpretations you see on vintage and recently manufactured Imari reproduction pieces today; which are still quite beautiful, only in a different way! DETAILS:Item: Hand Painted Porcelain BowlRegion & Country of Origin: Arita, JapanPeriod: Late Edo to Early Meiji PeriodAge: 1840's or earlier.True Antique: Yes. Approximately 180 years old.Size: 6" wide across the top rim x 2 5/8" high x 2 5/8" wide across the base Depth within the bottom of the foot measures 9/16" deep (a little better than 1/2" deep) Shape: Round with scalloped edges around the top rim Weight: 12 ounces Condition: Beautiful for its age. Surface wear commensurate with age and frequent use. No chips or cracks to the porcelain. Wear to the hand painted enamel decorations is evident throughout. Tiny pitting (or pin marks) from time of glazing and firing can be seen upon close scrutiny inside the center area of the bowl and on the underside at the central area within the 9/16" deep bottom rim; which is only bisque fired and unglazed around the very bottom edge of the rim, leaving it with the fine gritty texture of a bisque fired piece. We've had this in our private family collection since the 1970's; acquired then as an antique, at a time when our father brokered steel manufactured by the Japanese. Please ask us any questions you may have and inspect our photos to your full satisfaction prior to bidding or buying. Sold as is. Thank you for your interest. Enjoy & Good Luck! Notes: An especially decorative rare find with terrific age and appeal. If you collect these early Imari hand painted porcelain pieces, please take a look at the other piece from our private family collection that we have listed at this time, and enjoy! Further: If you appreciate beautiful useful things, interesting and meaningful objects d’art, unique finds, and handsome relics with historic relevance to the cultures from which they originated, then please take a look through our eBay online store and enjoy making your home ambience even more wonderful as you grow your collections. Thank you for having a look at our item. We love this and know you will too! We appreciate your interest and wish you the very best of luck buying it now or winning our auction, and as always, the item will go to the highest bidder, or the first one to Buy It Now! Treat yourself well while thinking of others too, and embrace the adventure of your life's unique calling, rain or shine, because it is ALL a gift. Our Mission as Sellers: The eBay experience should be fun and rewarding, and one whereby you feel blessed with the good fortune of acquiring that perfect item to satisfy just the right gift-giving occasion, or that moment in time when you'd like to treat yourself to something uniquely special. We appreciate your business, aim to please you fully, and hope you will let us know that we have achieved our goal here by leaving us an all five-star rating. We strive to be one of the many reasons why you love shopping on eBay! Note to Our International Friends: Please remember that any additional fees required by your country with regard to imported items and international trade will be the sole responsibility of the buyer. We choose to use the eBay Global Shipping Program wherever it is offered, as it is equitable, safe, reliable, above-board, protects both buyers and sellers, and simplifies the international trade experience for all of us. We insist on it as a condition for all of our international transactions. On Other: We hope you'll inspire someone special by making the investment and adding this delightful piece to their permanent private collection, or to your own! With all the wonderful things you can acquire through eBay online stores, we appreciate your interest in ours. Enjoy our detailed photos and listings, and shop here with confidence. Please be aware that all antique, vintage and used items will show wear commonly found with age, use or wear, and any major flaws will be noted. The photos have been taken for your viewing, can be enlarged for a closer more detailed look, and should be considered an integral part of the description. All items are described to the best of our ability and knowledge. You, the buyer, are the final judge after viewing the photos and prior to making your purchase. Thanks so much for your interest! Choose to be stylish because it makes life simply marvelous! Condition: Beautiful for its age. Surface wear commensurate with age and frequent use. No chips or cracks to the porcelain. Wear to the hand painted enamel decorations is evident throughout. Tiny pitting (or pin marks) from time of glazing and firing can be seen upon close scrutiny inside the center area of the bowl and on the underside at the central area within the 9/16" deep bottom rim; which is only bisque fired and unglazed around the very bottom edge of the rim, leaving it with the fine gritty texture of a bisque fired piece. We've had this in our private family collection since the 1970's; acquired then as an antique, at a time when our father brokered steel manufactured by the Japanese. Please ask us any questions you may have and inspect our photos to your full satisfaction prior to bidding or buying. Sold as is. Thank you for your interest. Enjoy & Good Luck!, Color: Blue Red Green, Primary Material: Porcelain & Pottery, Age: 1800's, Region of Origin: Arita, Japan, Original/Reproduction: Antique Original, Maker: Unknown Arita Artisan

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