6 December 2004
THE PROPERTY OF A LADY
A BOW KAKIEMON OCTAGONAL BOWL AND A STAND
After the Arita originals with panels of precious objects and poppies divided by iron-red panels of white scrolling foliage centred by gilt flowerheads, the narrow flat rims similarly decorated (bowl and stand with minute chips to footrims, the stand with minute chip to rim and slight hairline crack, minor crazing)
The bowl 6 in. (15.3 cm.) wide; the stand 7.1/.2 in. (19 cm.) wide (2)
The Dawnay Collection.
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Albert Amor Ltd., The Dawnay Collection (1991), no. 10.
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