Very good condition, see description
Imari chawan (lidded bowl) with Chinese Qianlong reign mark - Japan - ca. 1790-1810
Japanese Imari bowl with lid ("chawan" in Japanese) from the mid- to late Edo era (1790-1810), decorated with overglaze enamels and gold, depicting men and boys in a garden.
Diameter 11 cm, height 8.5 cm,
Marked "ken ryu nen si" - a spurious Chinese Qing Qianlong reign mark;
Very good condition.
|Member since:||April 18, 2015|
Very beautiful; excellent condition and shipped quickly.
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