3500 "Make us an offer" Listings/. Antique 19th c Meji Period Imari Japanese Porcelain Bowl Arita Japan. Sharing with you this lovely Japanese Imari bowl from the Meiji period. The intricate floral designs on the exterior, including the graceful chrysanthemums, symbolize longevity, resilience, and rejuvenation in Japanese culture.
The chrysanthemum is the official flower of Japan and is considered a symbol of the imperial family. It also represents the changing seasons, as it blooms in autumn when other flowers begin to fade away. The bowl's interior features a stunning flower basket design, which is a common motif in Japanese art and represents abundance, prosperity, and beauty. Flower baskets are often associated with the traditional Japanese tea ceremony, where they are used to display seasonal flowers and create a serene and calming atmosphere. The combination of these two floral designs in this Imari bowl creates a sense of balance and harmony, reflecting the values of Japanese culture.The intricate designs and symbolism make this bowl a nice and valuable addition to any collection. Offers All fixed items are open for offers, please feel free to make an offer and we will respond as soon as possible. It's all about good communication. 1 small shallow chip to the rim. Size 21x7.7CM or 8.27 x 3.03 inches. We can not control this. For China (& rest of Asia) & US allow at least 2 to 3 weeks.
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