Pair Of Imari Bowls Decorated With Flowers And Characters Enhanced With Gold

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Arts Asiatiques
18th century
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Pair of small circular porcelain bowls with polychrome decoration in the Imari palette of flowers and figures. Polychromy uses an underglaze blue accented with red, gold and orange applied to the glaze. Inside in the center are small bouquets enhanced with gilding. Micro-égrenures on the edges, hair on one, China, KANGXI period (1662-1722).
Possibility of unit purchase: 120 € each
Diameter: 6 cm
Height: 4cm
On the Chinese imari:
Of Japanese origin, the Imari style was quickly copied by China, when the latter resumed trade with Europe while Japan rather applied a policy of isolation "Sakoku" during the Edo period. The colors and techniques are quite similar to the Japanese Imari style, the patterns and arrangement of the latter may however be different.

Ref: RF66ILJ285

Style Arts Asiatiques
Century 18th century
Height (cm) 4
Diameter (cm) 6
Materials Porcelaine
Shipping Cost 10
Shipping Time Ready to ship in 4-7 Business Days
Location 75018, Paris, France

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