A NABESHIMA DISH, EDO PERIOD, LATE 17TH CENTURY
the shallow dish on ring foot decorated in iron-red, green and yellow enamels on underglaze blue with sprays of camellia and scrolling foliage, the reverse with three groups of tasseled coins, the foot with comb design
15 cm., 6 in. diam.
- Good condition.
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For a similar example, see Ogi Kazuhiko and Mizumoto Kazumi, Nabeshima tanjo-ki kara seiki sakuhin made: Meireki sannen 1657 hisai, edojo ato shutsudo no shoki nabeshima tohen (Tokyo, 2011), p. 129, pl. 103.