A JAPANESE IMARI DISH EDO PERIOD, CIRCA 1700
the center painted with a peony, the cavetto and rim reserved with shaped panels painted with flowering plants including lotus and prunus, the base with incised Japanese Palace inventory number N:89+.
Diameter: 9⅝ in.
In overall good condition, the glaze with craquelure, and overall with minor firing imperfections and minor surface wear.
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