Japanese Porcelain IGEZARA Charger Plate by KORANSHA
Japanese Porcelain IGEZARA Charger Plate by KORANSHA. It measures 12" across. The condition is very good there is one miniscule flea bite on the rim that is noticeable. Here is a blurb that I found on this style of Japanese Porcelain from the Igezara Museaum: "IGEZARA IS AN EVERYDAY PLATE WHICH WAS PRODUCED MAINLY IN THE REGIONS OF IMARI AND SETO DURING THE TAISHO ERA (1912 - 1926) OR THEREABOUTS. IGE MEANS "A NOTCH" (OR A THORN) IN THE DIALECT OF THE IMARI REGION. ZARA (OR SARA) GENERALLY MEANS "A PLATE". IGEZARA IS A PLATE WITH A NOTCHED IRON-GLAZED RIM AND HAS A COPPERPLATE ENGRAVING PATTERN. "