Four Fu Ki Cho Shun IMARI Covered Bowls
On offer from our Japanese Antique collection is this rare and beautiful set of four Signed Imari covered bowls. Manufactured in the Arita kilns in Japan’s Meiji era (1868 to 1912) and in very good condition. Vibrantly decorated in underglaze blue, iron red and turquoise with gilt highlights. Intersecting cartouches around the bowl and lid are finely decorated with lotus blossoms and fish. The inside bowl and lid are also decorated in blue motifs with red and blue geometric borders. The blessing on the lid is marked “Fu ki cho shun” which means “riches, honours and everlasting youth”. A beautiful set of bowls joyously decorated with wonderful blessings. They are in very good condition with some original kiln marks and crazing as expected for an item of this age.
The dimensions of each bowl are 10.6 cm diameter and 8 cm height. Each bowl weighs approximately 240 grams.
Shipping is via Australia Post and includes tracking.
|Dimensions||8 × 10.6 cm|