Pair of Antique Japanese Red Blue Imari Porcelain Bowls Meiji Period
Dress up your dining room with this pair of delightful dishes. Each of these two antique bowls are decorated identically. The interiors display four reserves that show crooked trees coming up from a rocky, green ground contrasting the white porcelain background. Each section is separated by yellow script, half outlined in blue, on a red backdrop. Symmetry continues into the center of the bowl with circles and patterns. On the exterior of the bowls, there are loose illustrations of red flowers and blue foliage painted on white. All this decoration is framed by the scalloped edge.
Date: 1900; Meiji Period
The verso is marked.
Size: 6” diameter 1 7/8” high
Condition: Very Good, expected wear for age.
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