Antique Ko Akae Plate Chinese porcelain Wucai 17C Tianqi (1621-1627) Marked
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Condition Report: 1 line from rim and typical rimfritting. Size 16.7x2.5CM or 6.6x1 INCH approx. DiameterXHeight
Presenting an exquisite early 17th century dish from Jingdezhen, crafted for the Japanese market. This stunning piece features the Ko Akae decoration of an underglaze blue landscape scen with mountains, water and figures. Added are enamel overglaze figures, birds and trees.
The base is mark with a 4 character mark:
Yin Sheng Jia Shi
Finely made for Yingsheng
A similar dish with same mark can be found in the Butler collection, see pictures.
As for Ko Akae decoration, it is a style of decoration that originated in the Ming Dynasty in China, and was popular in Japan during the Edo period. It typically features a combination of underglaze blue and enamel overglaze colors. It is highly prized by collectors for its intricate and beautiful designs.
Size; 16.7×2.5CM or 6.6×1 INCH approx. DiameterxHeight
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|Region of Origin|
|China Dynasty Period||
Ming & Transitional (1368 – 1664)
1 line from rim and typical rimfritting. Size 16.7×2.5CM or 6.6×1 INCH approx. DiameterXHeight
Porcelain & Pottery