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A Set of Five Diamond-Shaped Porcelain Dishes
A Set of Five Diamond-Shaped Porcelain Dishes

ARITA WARE, KAKIEMON STYLE, EDO PERIOD (CIRCA 1700)

Details
A Set of Five Diamond-Shaped Porcelain Dishes
Arita Ware, Kakiemon Style, Edo Period (Circa 1700)
Each balanced on an inset diamond-shaped foot and decorated in polychrome enamels over transparent glaze with a phoenix and spray of chrysanthemums, the straight sides painted in blue and black enamels with floral scroll, one spur mark on each base
6 x 5--5.3/8in. (15.8 x 12.8--13.2cm.) each approx. (5)
Provenance
Richard W. Weatherhead
Exhibited
Herbert F. Johnson Museum, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, and Munson-Williams Proctor Institute, "Asian Art: A Collector's Selection," 1973.10.17--11.25 and 1973.12.16--1974.1.13

Lot Essay

PUBLISHED:
Martie W. Young, Asian Art: A Collector's Selection, exh. cat. (Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University, 1973), no. 120.
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