Japanese Arita Meiji porcelain round deep bowl with lid, grayish blue crackled background, with decor of three boys playing catching butterflies, in underglaze cobalt blue and brownish copper red, and cobalt blue stylized chrysanthemums, not marked, Meiji period, late 19th century.
Japanese Arita Meiji porcelain round deep bowl with lid, grayish blue crackled background, with decor of three boys playing catching butterflies, in underglaze cobalt blue and brownish copper red, and cobalt blue stylized chrysanthemums, not marked, Meiji period, late 19th century.
Japanese porcelain bowl with lid, blue-white copper-red, late 19th century
H 8.5 cm Lid Ø 11.8 cm

 
 

 150,00

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We show a beautiful Japanese porcelain round deep bowl with a slightly curved lid with a round cylindrical handle. The bowl and lid have a grayish blue crackled surface on the outside. The bowl feels quite heavy. In under-glaze bluish cobalt, with varying shades, three playing boys with copper-red (although more brown in colour) background, hair, butterfly swatter, stick and butterfly, and cobalt blue butterfly net, beautifully precisely hand-painted. There are also four stylized chrysanthemums in cobalt blue brushed under glaze. The alignment is done with fine brown copper-red lines. We see this decor around the body and also on the lid, although not exactly the same. The top of the handle and the edge of the lid are painted in a brown glaze. The inner part of the bowl, like the base, except for the V-shaped foot ring, is glazed with craquelure, but there is no mark. This bowl probably dates from the end of the 19th century of the Meiji period.

Condition: perfect.

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