This small antique ceramic plate, estimated to be from the late Edo period or early Meiji Period, is covered in flowers, vines and Bishamon (tortoiseshell pattern) representing long and fortunate life. Cobalt blue glaze hand painted, partially stencilled, over a white base.
Use it as intended at the table or admire it as ceramic art.
We only have one of this pattern but see the 4th images for an alternative pattern on the Bamboo & Flowers Plate, same size and maker, if you wish to make a set. Sold separately.
Excellent. There are no chips or cracks.
Approx 11.5 cm in diameter across the top
2 cm tall
**Price includes shipping in Australia
International shipping available
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