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Edo-Era (1860) Hibiyaki Plate

Edo-Era (1860) Hibiyaki Plate

Regular price $ 390.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $ 390.00 USD
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Dive into the depths of Japanese artistry with this exquisite Hibiyaki-style plate from the Edo Era (1860), a period renowned for its rich cultural and artistic achievements. The Hibiyaki, or "cracked" porcelain style, is celebrated for its intentional, beautiful cracking across the glaze, symbolizing the beauty of imperfection and the passage of time.
This plate features an enchanting abstract landscape, brought to life with a traditional Japanese fisher, meticulously hand-painted in striking Prussian blue.

A Piece of History and Art
Embrace the opportunity to own a piece of Japanese history. The delicate crackle pattern of the Hibiyaki style, combined with the serene depiction of a fisherman, evokes a sense of peace and connection to the natural world, making this plate not just a dining accessory but a work of art.

Product Details & Care Instructions

  • Date: 1860
  • Dimensions: 14 cm in diameter
  • Condition: This handmade antique plate showcases minor imperfections, a testament to its age and handmade nature. Refer to the pictures for more details.
  • Care: Hand wash only to maintain its integrity. Not suitable for microwave use.
  • Purchase Information: Given its unique value and rarity, this item is a final sale, not eligible for returns or exchanges. Only 2 items available.

Whether you're a collector of rare Japanese porcelain, a lover of unique historical artifacts, or simply seeking an extraordinary addition to your home decor, this Edo-era Hibiyaki Plate offers a blend of beauty, history, and artistic expression. It serves as a reminder of the impermanent and ever-changing beauty of life, captured through the meticulous craftsmanship of Edo artisans.

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