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A Large Japanese Imari Jar and Cover Edo Period (1736-1795)

Regular price $2,192.00 USD
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This is an oviform vas with a short cylindrical neck, decorated in iron red and gilt on underglaze blue, the broad band of plum, chrysanthemum and hydrangea issuing from rock work, the shoulder with a band of chrysanthemum petals with various geometrical and floral designs, the neck with karakusa, the domed cover similarly decorated, the finial is modelled as a sacred pearl. 

Country: Japan

Period: Edo (1736-1795)

Material: porcelain

Dimension: 67 cm 

A similar example has sold at Christies on the 9th of march 2016 Lot 9 for 11 K. 

Condition: the vase has it has been broken and stapled in the (late 19th early 20th century). Please see images and  feel free to as questions