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ARITA Celadon Porcelain Nabeshima Deco Flower Crane Meiji Period


ARITA Celadon Porcelain Nabeshima Deco Flower Crane Meiji Period








 

    Antique blue and celadon porcelain rectangular dish with Nabeshima decor showing crane and flower made in Japan during the Meiji period. It's signed on the bottom Nakanaka. 13" (33cm) length, 10" (25.2cm) width. One chip on the back and tiny chips on the edge as shown by the following pictures.

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For our French-speaking friends: Plat en porcelaine Nabeshima céladon de Arita (Imari) à décor floral, grue et chichi, fin de l'ère Meiji. Bel état, une égrenure et plusieurs micro égrenures sur les bords. Signé sur son fond Nakanaka ? Longueur 33 cm, largeur 25,2 cm.

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