Japanese Arita Imari Porcelain Bowls (4) With Fuki Choshun Mark; Meiji Era

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Seller: mathewsrcss (99) 100%, Location: Colorado Springs, Colorado, Ships to: US & many other countries, Item: 153332802385 These are gorgeous antique Japanese bowls/saucers of the Imari style design, signed Fuki Choshun. They are from the Meiji period dating 1868-1914. The bowls are in wonderful shape with no cracks, however, two have extremely small chips on the rim. Of note, two of the bowls have crackled glaze. Each saucer measures 4.75 inches in diameter and 1 inch in height. From Gotheborg.com: Fuki Choshun written in Kanji characters (富貴長春) meaning Wealth, Nobility, Longevity and Youth, also translated as "Good fortune and long life" or "Wealth and Everlasting Spring". Alternative translations add that fuki (huki) also means peonies and is a symbol of wealth and choshun means roses, a symbol of everlasting spring as in, forever young. This mark was mainly used during the Meiji Period, from 1868-1912. During this period, Japan moved from being an isolated society to one with more open trade, where this one of the earliest trade marks not imitating a Chinese Imperial Nian Hao (reign mark). Condition: Very good condition given age. Some very small chips on two bowls, see photos, Color: Multi-Color, Maker: Arita Fuki Choshun, Age: 1868-1914, Primary Material: Porcelain & Pottery, Original/Reproduction: Antique Original, Region of Origin: Japan

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