JAPANESE IMARI PORCELAINJapanese Imari porcelain "Blackship Dutchman" platter, 14 1/2" x 10 3/4", together with a large Japanese Imari charger, 18" dia. Provenance: Estate of Edwin C. Bramble.
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Good condition. No apparent damages or repairs.
(5) CHINESE & JAPANESE PORCELAIN TABLEWARE(lot of 5) Asian porcelain tableware, highlights include: (1) Chinese rose medallion charger, parcel gilt, four reserves with floral sprays and bamboo stalks, character mark underfoot, approx 12.25"diam, (1) Japanese Imari charger, with scalloped rim, approx 12.5"diam, (1) footed bowl, with yellow ground, decorated with bird on floral branch, marked made in Japan, approx 2.75"h, 7.25"diam; 11.5lbs total **Provenance: From the Estate of Huey Keeney of Tyler, Texas**
EARLY 19TH CENTURY JAPANESE IMARI CHARGER. Early 19th century enamel decorated Imari charger depicting figures in a garden pavilion. From an Oakland Gardens, NY estate. Dimensions: charger measures approx. 18" in diameter. Condition: Good, with light surface scratches and minor dings/dents. With minor losses to enamel.
PAIR OF SIGNED JAPANESE IMARI CHARGERS. With enamel decorated depictions of seated ladies with fans to the border, and an interior display of a Phoenix and foliage. Impressed stamp verso. From a Harrison, NY estate. Dimensions: chargers measure approx. 14.5" in diameter x 2" high. Condition: Good, with light surface scratches and minor dings/dents. Minor losses to enamel and gilt decoration.
A LARGE JAPANESE IMARI CHARGER EDO PERIOD (1603-1867), 18TH CENTURY Edo period (1603-1867), 18th century The shallow rounded sides rising to a flat everted rim, the interior centered with a 'flower urn' medallion radiating four blue-ground gilt-decorated hourglass-shaped spokes each enclosing a pair of reserved iron-red pomegranates, between the spokes four shaped 'flower garden' panels with details picked out in iron-red, gilt, green and aubergine enamels, the rim with alternating panels of flowerheads and diaper ground, the exterior of the cavetto with a band of foliate scroll, the base with four characters in underglaze blue reading Fuki choshun (good fortune and long life) and five small spur marks. 18 5/8in (47.3cm) diam.