Early Imari Japanese Shinogi blue & white porcelain plate w/box
Lip is a form of Tsuba, hand-carved Shinogi pattern,
Foot is 1/3 of the whole plate,
It is a typical incipient Early Imari.
It is drawn largely with old people, relaxing fishing, mountains and a sailing boat.
There is a story that the fishing line of this subject does not have a needle.
Is he hermit or a Taoist guy ... Deeply moving.
Age: 1624 - 1645 (Kan'ei/Early Edo period)
I have seen many early Imari plates but this is my first time handling such a finished product.
It is a finished item that can not be obtained even in Japan.
Normally excavation products will be distributed.
They are scratches and cracks, those whose surface glaze is slightly peeled off,
It is commonplace that there are drawbacks such as ash deposits in a kiln.
But this is a very good condition because it has been told to the world from the beginning of production.
I once thought about contacting museums abroad, but decided to put it here for the ebay customers who are indebted.
Please do make it your collection.
total weight: 762g (plate: 409g)
Condition: used / The state is very good , considering the age.