Sold for £160
The bowl has a chip to rim. One plate has hairlines to base and few small rim chips. The other plate a few tiny rim chips to underside. The dish has been broken in two pieces and repaired.
LATE 19TH CENTURY JAPANESE IMARI BOWL,
of fluted circular form, the central reserve hand-painted with scrolling foliage, the border with alternating panels of foliage, 22.5cm wide, along with a 19th century Imari serving dish, and two plates (4)
Provenance: The William Mowat-Thomson Collection
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