20 - 21 May 2003
A Kakiemon style blue and white foliate-rimmed dish
Early 18th Century
Painted with two scholars on a riverbank opposite an offical and attendant holding a parasol, a fisherman throwing his net from a boat in between, the landscape with prunus blossom, pine and rockwork, the reverse with scrolling karakusa, Fuku mark, rim chip
31.5 cm. diam
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Leeuwarden, Gemeentelijk Museum Het Princessehof, Japans blauw wit porselein op Hollandse bestelling en in de japanse smaak, 10 April - 19 June 1981, fig. 37.
See Oliver Impey, Japanese Export Porcelain, Catalogue of the Collection of the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford,, Amsterdam, 2002, p. 116, no. 143 for a similar example.
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