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Item:153541808064Vintage Japanese Gilt Imari Style Porcelain Decorative Bowl, Chrysanthemums Decoration Condition: Excellent condition with no chips, cracks or crazing. Colors are rich; gilt intact. Age unknown. About this Bowl: Beautiful vintage Japanese Gilt Imari Style Porcelain Heavy Bowl, Chrysanthemums & gilt decorations; six decorative panels on inside of the bowl. The outside of the bowl has four rose colored Chrysanthemums connected by blue leaf garlands. Very heavy at 3-pounds, 11.4-ounces. No obvious marks. Japanese Imari Style: One of the most popular and collected of the Japanese porcelains is Imari. Imari is in fact a European name for export porcelain produced in the town of Arita in the Hizen province of Japan. It was shipped through the nearby port of Imari from the second half of the 17th century and the first half of the 18th century. Pre-export period Imari is called Shoki-Imari. There are two distinct styles of Arita or Imari porcelain. Firstly there is the rare and highly sought after Kakiemon porcelain. It is sparsely decorated predominantly in coral red on a very fine white glaze. Highlight colors include rose flowers, green and aubergine Kakiemon wares are of a consistently high standard and command very high prices In contrast, the more commonly found Imari in the west is called brocaded Imari or Kinrande Imari, and is usually richly decorated with flowers, foliage and figures. These pieces have an overall floral decoration reminiscent of a rich silk textile, and typical colors are underglaze cobalt blue and iron red, which is highlighted with colors such as gold, green, aubergine and yellow. There is a great variation in quality, ranging from quite crude though decorative wares to very finely painted wares. Items exported to the West included garnitures of vases, plates, chargers, figures as well as utilitarian wares. Due to its popularity and success, Imari was widely imitated both in China and the West. English factories that produced Imari or "Japan" patterns as they were sometimes known included, Bow, Derby, Minton, Spode, Worcester and Mason's. European factories included Meissen, Chantilly and Delft. Specifications: Type: Vintage Japanese Gilt Imari Style Porcelain Decorative Bowl Maker: Unknown Marks: None detected Design: Chrysanthemums Decorations in six panels on the inside of the bowl. Gilt decoration intact. The outside of the bowl has four rose colored Chrysanthemums connected by leaf garlands. Diameter: 9.375” Height: 4” Weight: 3-pounds, 11.4-ounces Date: Unknown We are known for quality items, fast and safe shipping. You are buying the Japanese bowl as photographed in this listing; as is. I am not a dealer. I will ship to eBay-verified addresses only. You will pay postage, which is estimated in this listing. No returns unless the description does not match the item. The shipping estimate was generated by the eBay shipping calculator plus special handling to insure the safety of the item.Condition:Excellent condition with no chips, cracks or crazing. Colors are rich; gilt intact. Age unknown., Primary Material:Porcelain & Pottery
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Vintage Japanese Gilt Imari Style Porcelain Decorative Bowl, Maker Unknown