Small plates of ancient Japanese porcelain - old imari. A set of six ancient Imari porcelain plates from the 19th century with a floral design typical of the Imari plates. It is colored with a technique called some-nishiki. Some-nishiki is a type of pottery that is painted on the top of the unglazed fabric that has been directly painted and pulled with glaze.
It seems that it has been stored for a long time without being used much, and is in very good condition. Region of origin: arita, japon. Size: diameter: 12cm / 4.72inch x h. 2.5cm / 0.98inch.
Weight : 136g / 0.29lbs for 1 plate. Age: 19th century, meiji era.There are a few small scratches due to long use and time. Free delivery to the United States, ue and asie. No expedition to the russia, the greek, the mexico, the america of the middle and the south. These costs are the responsibility of the buyer. Please check with your country's customs office what these additional costs will be before you bid or purchase.
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