Vintage Japanese Vase Arita. Artist Made Kaiseki dishes in Fan shape
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Condition Report: Overall Condition; Good, small rimfrits on all pieces, 1 piece with kintsugi repairs and hairline, 1 piece broken. 200mm x 35mm
Arita porcelain with Imari decor in underglaze cobalt blue and enamels. All compartments have different drawings. The shape, imitating a folded fan, is inspired by a 17th century blue and white model, created in China for the Japanese market and specifically for the tea ceremony
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|Region of Origin|
21st century, 20th century
|Japan Dynasty Periode||
Heisei (1989-), Showa Periode (1926-1989)
Overall Condition; Good, small rimfrits on all pieces, 1 piece with kintsugi repairs and hairline, 1 piece broken. 200mm x 35mm