Japanese Set of 2 Imari Bowl Porcelain
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Japanese imari bowl dated Meiji Period (1868-1912). This is set of 2, this porcelain quality is superb, there is no crack, hairline, in perfect condition.
Imari is the japanese porcelain made in town of Arita. Nowadays, almost anything can be done with pigments, but in the early seventeenth century cobalt blue was the only color that could stand the 1300 degrees celcious, needed to fire porcelain. Other colors were applied after the first firing and the piece reheated to a lower temperature (otherwise the the colors evaporated and changed hue_ to fix the colors. These are called overglazed enamels.
Japanasia-Antiques-Collectibles And Modern
- Brandon, Florida
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