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Meiji Imari Dish with Jasmine/Bamboo Posts

Precio habitual $195.00 USD
Precio habitual Precio de oferta $195.00 USD
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The Meiji era in Japan (1868-1912) was a time of great cultural, political, and economic change. It was during this time that Japan opened up to the world, and the country's traditional arts and crafts began to be influenced by Western styles.

Imari ware is a type of Japanese porcelain that was first produced in the town of Arita in the 17th century. Imari ware is known for its bright colors and intricate designs, which often include motifs such as flowers, birds, and landscapes.

This Meiji Imari dish with jasmine and bamboo posts is a beautiful example of this type of porcelain. The dish features a central design of a blooming jasmine plant surrounded by bamboo posts. The jasmine flowers are depicted in delicate shades of pink and white, and the bamboo posts are painted in shades of green and brown.

The border of the dish is decorated with a band of geometric patterns, which are outlined in gold. The dish is also adorned with gold accents throughout, which give it a luxurious and elegant appearance.

This Meiji Imari dish with jasmine and bamboo posts is a stunning piece of Japanese porcelain that showcases the exquisite craftsmanship and artistic style of the Meiji era. It would make a beautiful addition to any collection of Japanese ceramics or as a standalone display piece in a home or office.

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