Bowl - Arita - Porcelain - With apocryphal Qing Dynasty Qianlong Mark 大清乾隆 - Decorated with karashishi botan 唐獅子牡丹 and waves - Japan - Meiji period (1868-1912)
Beautiful and large blue & white porcelain bowl made of Arita porcelain
Very beautiful decoration entirely in blue & white, highlighted with black and beige-gold, representing a Shishi (Lion) and foaming waves from which emerges a large peony. Superb painting of the foaming waves reminiscent of those of the famous prints of Hiroshige.
Underside decorated in blue with stylized foliage
Wears an apocryphal seal (undercover) in blue reminiscent of that of the Chinese emperor Qianlong.
Mid-19th century (Early Meiji).
Condition: In mint condition Note small defects of the enamel, no restorations.
Diameter: 31 cm, height: 6.8 cm.
- Meiji period (1868-1912)
- Region/ Country of origin
- Decor/ ware
- Title of artwork
- With apocryphal Qing Dynasty Qianlong Mark 大清乾隆 - Decorated with karashishi botan 唐獅子牡丹 and waves
- Very good condition, see description
- 7×0×31 cm