Large Set Kosometsuke Antique Chinese 17c Ming Dynasty Plates China Porcelain Flowers
A large set of Small Ming Porcelain Dishes in the Japanese Taste, Late Ming Period, Tianqi or Early Chongzhen c.1620 – 1630. These small Transitional porcelain dishe were made in China at Jingdezhen to a design supplied by the Japanese. Small Ming porcelain dishes of this type were made for the Japanese tea ceremony meal, the Kaiseki. The central scene depicts flowers
Kyoto Shoin – Kosometsuke – Ming porcelain for the Japanese Markets
S. Marchant & Son: Ming Porcelain for the Japanese Market: ko-sometsuke & ko-akai. Hardcover – 2008
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