Antique Hand Painted Japanese Imari Porcelain Dishes | Mix and Match Hand Decorated Small Ceramic Plates
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「Features」 · Meiji period 1880 to 1912 Japanese Imari plate · Intricate design which include birds, turtle, pine tree, flowers, and greenery · Enhance with gold rim and accents · 4 available, sold individually.
「Style Inspiration」 These dainty Japanese Imari plates are adorably mismatched. Each with its own unique shape and design. These dainty little plates are the perfect size for finger food, candy or pasties for your afternoon tea party! But are equally as pretty sitting on your dresser or vanity as a jewelry and trinket dish.
「History」 Imari is a style of brightly-colored porcelain named after the Japanese port - Arita - from which it was shipped to the West, beginning in the late 17th century. The subject matter is diverse, ranging from foliage and flowers to people, scenery and abstractions. Most designs are uniquely Japanese owing to the rich Japanese tradition of paintings and costume design.
「Dimension」 #1: 4.5" L x 4.5" W x 1" H #2: 3.75" L 3.75" W x 0.8" H #3: 4.6" L x 4.6" W x 1" H #4: 4.75" L x 4.75" W x 0.8" H
「Condition」 Very good vintage condition. No chips or cracks.