A large Japanese 19th century Imari charger with a hand painted exterior and interior of a stunning floral design and pattern in orange and blue on white porcelain. The piece has soft petal waves around the edges, giving it a unique flower shape. It is beautifully decorated with a lovely bonsai tree in the centre, with blossoming flowers, leaves and buds.
This is a gorgeous Japanese porcelain piece perfect for decoration, or making a lovely home decor with a timeless art object.
Measures: 14 2/4 inches in diameter
Excellent Condition: No chips, cracks or repairs. (Minor crack with image included)
Chinese Sterling Export Box with Brass Inlay & Scenic Chasing.
A silver box with an unusual shape of two boxes offset. The top is hand chased in a coastal scene with 1 tiny spot of brass inlay representing the sun. Marked with Chinese hallmarks and maker.
Marked: Unknown Chinese Hallmarked/ Silver Export.
Japanese Cloisonné Sato Period Vase – White Background, Cherry Blossom Flowers.
A ‘Japanese Cloisonné Sato Period Vase’ – in a baluster-shape with rounded shoulder, and wide mouth narrowing down to base. The body is decorated with ‘Cherry Blossoms’ in pink, red, yellow, brown and green over white ground, with silver rims. The Japanese cloisonné is a very fine and smoother than the Chinese cloisonné.