Pair Japanese Imari 6" Tea Plates "Rokkasen"Pair Japanese Imari 6" Tea Plates "Rokkasen"Pair Japanese Imari 6" Tea Plates "Rokkasen"Pair Japanese Imari 6" Tea Plates "Rokkasen"

This pair of Japanese Imari Tea Plates is from the latter half of the 19th century. The pattern is called "Rokkasen" and depicts 6 different persons from Japanese history. Here goes: (1) Sojo Henjo / Archbishop Henjo (816-890). (2) Ariwara-no-Narihira (825-880). (3) Fun'ya-no-Yasuhide (years of birth & death unknown. (4) Monk Kisen (years of birth & death unknown). (5) Ono-no-Komachi (years of birth & death unknown, but by one account was a maid of honor for the Emperor Ninmyo (833-850). (6) Otomo-no-Kuronushi (years of birth & death unknown, possibly a court official of the Jogan period.

Plates measure 6" diameter.

Plates are in great condition, with no chips, cracks, or repairs. One plate has a small factory mark on the edge. No markings on back. Please see my other Imari items available on Rubylane. Guranteed authentic always.

Item ID: 17606


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Pair Japanese Imari 6" Tea Plates "Rokkasen"

$155 USD

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