06 décembre 2017

A porcelain dish, Nabeshima ware, Okawachi official kilns, Hizen (Imari city), Edo period, Late 17th - early 18th century

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Lot 94. A porcelain dish, Nabeshima ware, Okawachi official kilns, Hizen (Imari city), Edo period, Late 17th - early 18th century; 20.3 cm. diam. Estimate GBP 12,000 - GBP 15,000Price realised GBP 15,000. © Christie's Images Ltd 2017

The circular dish on a high ring foot, decorated in iron red and yellow enamel on underglaze blue with camellia blossoms strung on a thread, the reverse with three tasselled coin clusters, the ring foot with comb design

NoteFor similar examples, see:
Yoshiko Kakudo, ed., The Art of Japan, Masterworks in the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco (San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 1991), pl. 113. (The Avery Brundage Collection)
Takasu Toyoji, Kakiemon, Nabeshima (Kakiemon and Nabeshima wares), vol. 23 of Toki zenshu (Collection of ceramics) (Tokyo: Heibonsha, 1961), pl. 54
Mayuyama Junkichi, ed., Mayuyama, Seventy Years, vol. I (Tokyo: Benrido Co., Ltd., 1976), pl. 138

A similar example sold in 
An Inquiring Mind: American Collecting of Japanese and Korean Art, Christie's, New York, April 22nd 2015, lot number 0063, sale number 3717

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A porcelain dish, Nabeshima Ware, Okawachi official kilns, Hizen (Imari City), Edo period (1680-1720); 8 in. (20.3 cm.) diameter. Sold for USD 137,000 at Christie's, New York, April 22nd 2015, lot 63. © Christie's Images Ltd 2015

Christie's. Art of Japan, 5 December 2017, London


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