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$ 1,200

Japanese Ceramic Dish Meiji Ogata Kenzan

In the Style of Kenzan Ogata
Origin United States
Period 19th Century
Materials ceramic
W. 8.25 in; H. 1 in; D. 8.25 in;
W. 20.96 cm; H. 2.54 cm; D. 20.96 cm;
Condition Good. Wear consistent with age and use. some surface wear consistent with age.
Creation Date 19th century
Description A Japanese ceramic shallow dish in square form with rounded corners from Meiji period in the style of Ogata Kenzan. The dish features a cream color crackled glaze with iron underglaze paint that evokes the aesthetic of ink painting. A bundle of floral design is placed sparsely in the center, accompanied by a line of poetry in Kanji that translates as "the fragrance at the transition from spring to summer". It is signed Kenzan and marked with two red seals. The exterior skirt of the dish is decorated with cloud designs. The dish comes with wood storage box. Based on the style of the painting and calligraphy, we think that the dish was likely made in Meiji period circa 19th century in the style of Ogata Kenzan.
Styles / Movements Asian, Bespoke, Traditional
Patterns Asian/Oriental, Florals/Botanical, Handmade
Incollect Reference Number 394175
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