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A Kakiemon style dish | Edo period, late 17th century

A Kakiemon style dish | Edo period, late 17th century

A Kakiemon style dish | Edo period, late 17th century

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A Kakiemon style dish 

Edo period, late 17th century 

the deep moulded foliate rimmed dish decorated in underglaze blue with a Chinese courtier and attendant, standing on the opposite bank a lady holding a fan beneath pampas, a lone fisherman on the waters beneath, the reverse with a cursive Fuku mark, six spur marks 

27 cm., 10¾ in. diam. 

Slight wear to the centre of the dish.

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This design was copied at the end of the eighteen century in Delftware and Loosdrecht-Amstel porcelain. Jörg illustrates a Delft faience vase and cover in the Groninger Museum with a variant of the design from Twickel Castle, Delden, see Christian J. A. Jörg, Fine & Curious: Japanese Export Porcelain in Dutch Collections, (The Netherlands, 2003), pg. 143, fig. 157B. 

For a further example, see Mededelingenblad Nederlandse Vereniging Van Vrienden Van De Ceramiek (Leuwarden, 1981), pl. 25, p. 41.

pl. 37, pg. 44