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Edo-era (1790) Imari Porcelain Small Rectangular Plate - Pilgrimage Design

Edo-era (1790) Imari Porcelain Small Rectangular Plate - Pilgrimage Design

Regular price $ 250.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $ 250.00 USD
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Step into the rich history of Japan with this exquisite Edo-era (1790) Imari-yaki small rectangular plate, a remarkable piece that combines both art and tradition. This charming plate features the serene depiction of a monk on pilgrimage, a motif that resonates with spirituality and devotion, rendered in striking cobalt blue on a meticulously crafted porcelain surface.

Versatile Elegance
Beyond its historical significance, this plate offers versatile use. It is perfect for serving delicacies like fish or amuse-bouche, or even for presenting as a sophisticated holder for jewelry and other small treasures. Its wavy border adds an elegant touch, making it a unique addition to any table setting or decor.

Product Details & Care Instructions

  • Date: 1790
  • Dimensions: 9 cm x 16.5 cm (3.5 in x 6.5 in)
  • Condition: This handmade antique plate is in great condition, bearing minor imperfections as a testament to its age and handcrafted nature.
  • Care: Hand wash recommended; not suitable for microwave use.
  • Origin: Made in Japan in 1790.
  • Purchase Information: This is a final sale item, highlighting its unique value and ensuring it finds a home with an appreciator of fine antiques.

Own a piece of Japanese history with this Imari porcelain plate from the Edo era, perfect for collectors and enthusiasts who appreciate the beauty of Japan's rich cultural heritage. Whether as a functional piece for special occasions, a display item to enhance your home decor, or a thoughtful gift, this plate embodies the elegance and spirituality of the pilgrim's journey, making it a timeless treasure.
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