Lovely antique Seiji Kaisha Japanese porcelain plate decorated with a blue scroll border on a green / turquoise background with eight circular iron red floral medallions. The plate has a center design of two overlapping encircled sun ray shapes among a floral spray. The sun ray design is similar to the kamon or Japanese family crest of the Amakusa clan, best known for embracing Christianity in 16th/17th Century Japan. It is marked on the underside with an iron red Seiji Kaisha mark used in the 1879-1897 period. Seiji Kaisha was founded by the original four members of Koransha porcelain and was active between 1879 and 1897. In very good used condition as shown. Shipped fully insured with tracking number.
Measurements: 8.5" (21.7 cm) diameter approximately.