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Two Arita fan-shaped dishes | Edo period, 18th century

Two Arita fan-shaped dishes | Edo period, 18th century

Two Arita fan-shaped dishes | Edo period, 18th century

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Two Arita fan-shaped dishes

Edo period, 18th century


in the form of uchiwa, each with a central bamboo strut, decorated in iron red, green, black enamels and gilt, underglaze blue , gilt rim, Fuku mark to the base, one with four roundels of peonies, wild pinks, iris and plum blossom, the rim with scrollwork, the other with plum, pine and bamboo (shochikubai)


each approx. 21 cm. 8¼ in. long

The first with a slight chip to the rim, minor wear to the gilt, the second with some wear to the enamels and gilt.


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For a similar example, see Catalogue of the Shibata Collections 'The Exhibition One', (Kyushu Ceramic Museum, 1990), no. 389, pg. 151.