This small antique ceramic plate, estimated to be from the late Edo period or early Meiji Period, is covered in hand-painted 'dandelion' flowers and vines in cobalt blue over a white base glazed porcelain. The artist's stamp is on the back.
Use it as intended at the table or admire it as ceramic art.
Excellent. There are no chips or cracks.
On the base/underside there is a tiny glazed over fault pre-firing - about 3mm long and barely noticeable.
12.5 cm diameter across the top
2.5 cm tall (approx)
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