JAPANESE IMARI BOWL late Tokugawa to Meiji Period Antique Hand-Painted Porcelain

JAPANESE IMARI BOWL late Tokugawa to Meiji Period Antique Hand-Painted Porcelain
JAPANESE IMARI BOWL late Tokugawa to Meiji Period Antique Hand-Painted Porcelain
JAPANESE IMARI BOWL late Tokugawa to Meiji Period Antique Hand-Painted Porcelain
JAPANESE IMARI BOWL late Tokugawa to Meiji Period Antique Hand-Painted Porcelain
JAPANESE IMARI BOWL late Tokugawa to Meiji Period Antique Hand-Painted Porcelain
JAPANESE IMARI BOWL late Tokugawa to Meiji Period Antique Hand-Painted Porcelain
JAPANESE IMARI BOWL late Tokugawa to Meiji Period Antique Hand-Painted Porcelain

JAPANESE IMARI BOWL late Tokugawa to Meiji Period Antique Hand-Painted Porcelain
This beautiful Imari Bowl from the late Tokugawa to Meiji Period by Miyagawa Kozan is a stunning piece of Japanese porcelain. The bowl features intricate designs with vibrant multi-color patterns that are characteristic of Imari ware. The craftsmanship is remarkable, and it showcases the skill and artistry of the maker. This antique original has survived over a century, and it is a testament to the durability of the materials and the quality of the workmanship. The bowl is a perfect addition to any collection or display of Asian antiques and will add a touch of elegance to any room.
JAPANESE IMARI BOWL late Tokugawa to Meiji Period Antique Hand-Painted Porcelain