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Including three small crane dishes and two medallion dishes, one smaller dish with a firing flaw to the rim (3.5cm), firing flaws, one larger dish with two hairline cracks to the rim (3cm, 2.5cm), losses to enamel, largest diameter 7.5" — 19 cm.

Consisting of five rectangular landscape dishes and five foliate rim dishes, firing flaws, losses to enamel, scratches to the surface, longest length 6.5" — 16.5 cm.

Consisting of five oval dishes and five round dishes depicting stylized shochikubai (three friends of winter) motif, oval dishes with Fuki Chosun (富貴長春) mark to base, one oval dish with minor loss to rim (1cm), a second oval dish with a hairline crack to the rim (4cm), minor firing flaws and losses to enamel, largest diameter 6.3" — 16 cm.

A SET OF FIVE IMARI DISHES

A GROUP OF TEN IMARI DISHES

Estimate: $100—300

Estimate: $100—300

A SET OF TEN IMARI DISHES

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A SET OF FOUR BLUE AND WHITE FOLIATE DISHES With Daikichi Gama (大吉窯) mark to base, minor firing flaws and adhesive residue, overall good condition, diameter 6.5" — 16.5 cm. Estimate: $100—300

Estimate: $100—300

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firing flaws, some scratches to surface, overall good condition, longest length 6.5" — 16.5 cm.

With an impressed mark to base, some adhesive residue, minor wear to base, overall good condition, 1.4" x 2.6" — 3.5 x 6.5 cm.

Including five with a floral motif and four of a pale blue ground, minor firing flaws and superficial cracking to the glaze, in overall good condition, diameter 3.3" — 8.5 cm.

very minor scratches to the surface, in overall good condition, diameter 6.5" — 16.5 cm.

Estimate: $100—500

Estimate: $100—300

Estimate: $100—300

A SET OF FIVE PLATTERS TOGETHER WITH A THREE-CUPPED CERAMIC PIECE

A SET OF SIX HAND-PAINTED SAKE CUPS

A GROUP OF NINE TEA CUPS

A SET OF FOUR SEIJI ROLLING WAVE PLATES

Estimate: $100—300

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Modern & Contemporary Japanese Wares Online Auction | Jan. 28 - Feb. 2, 2017  

Modern & Contemporary Japanese Wares Online Auction | Jan. 28 - Feb. 2, 2017