Arita porcelain dish
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Blue and white design Japanese Arita so-called Kraak export porcelain dish (fuyōde) with a central roundel depicting birds and peonies in a river landscape. The design of the border of the plate imitates Chinese Wanli porcelain. Dated 1660-1680.
(Blue and white plates are called by convention Arita plates but are also Imari porcelain. The clear blue of Arita porcelain and its wax-like glaze is quite different from Wanli porcelain).
Same but slightly larger Arita plate:
Ceramics Crossed Overseas: Jingdezhen, Imari and Delft from the Collection of the Groninger Museum nr. 114 D. 35.5 cm
A larger Kraak style Arita plate:
– Porcelain for Palaces – The Fashion for Japan in Europe 1650-1750 p.93 (D. 40.7 cm)
Size; D. 32 cm – H. 5,8 cm
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