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$ 1,600

Japanese Ceramic Bowl Meiji Period Style of Ogata Kenzan

In the Style of Kenzan Ogata
Origin Japan
Period 19th Century
Materials ceramic
H. 4 in; Diam. 8 in;
H. 10.16 cm; Diam. 20.32 cm;
Condition Good. Fine condition with age appropriate wear, scattered glaze wear on surface as shown, minor spotty glaze losses on the rim.
Creation Date late 19th century
Description A free-free ceramic bowl with undulating rim from Japan, circa late 19th century Meiji period. The bowl features a abstract gourd design on both interior and exterior in a color scheme reminiscent of Kutani ware, but it was most likely made in Kyoto and clearly in the spirit of Ogata Kenzan of the Rimpa school. There is a green square with a undeciphered black mark underneath the base. Poetic piece with a mellow surface patina and a great feeling in hand.
Styles / Movements Asian, Bespoke, Traditional
Patterns Abstract, Florals/Botanical, Geometric, Handmade
Incollect Reference Number 491063
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