Imari Tea Bowls Pair 19th centuryImari Tea Bowls Pair 19th centuryImari Tea Bowls Pair 19th centuryImari Tea Bowls Pair 19th century

Pair of exquisite tea bowls, made in the Imari tradition, Japanese, late 19th century. These are porcelain, hand painted, cobalt blue under the glaze. There is brick red, and green enamels, with much gold tracery. Geometric patterns alternate with reserves if plants. The inside decoration of beautiful foliate design is on the border and on the bottom. These are on the large size for traditional tea bowls, tea cups. Diameter 3.75 inches. Height 2.5 inches. Fluted petal shape. Date last quarter 19th century, origin Imari region of Japan. These are finely painted examples for your tea collection. You are buying a pair, in perfect condition, good gold, no issues at all. And you get the third one for free (has a small hairline). Sometimes Asian antiques came in sets of 3 or 5. These are beautifully decorated.

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Imari Tea Bowls Pair 19th century


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