Japanese Porcelain IGEZARA Charger Plate by KORANSHA

$82.50
Quantity available: 1

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. "

Item Details

Reference #:
10110t
Quantity
1
Category
Furniture & Furnishings
Department
Antiques
Year
circa 1912
Dimensions
(Width x Height X Depth)
12.00 x x
Weight
Unknown
Condition
very good
Material
porcelain