Oriental Antiques from Collector to Collector. Japanese Kutani porcelain ware with their strong and bold colors palette has always mesmerized me and collecting them has become my passion since the beginning. To me, they're very enduring similar to Chinese wucai, famille verte wares. This listing is a magnificent large Saiko Kutani charger from Edo period, 19thC.It has every detail from front to back with lucky ships sailings theme decoration similar to Japanese folklore of the Takarabune, Treasure ships. The three ships are full of Saintly figures, courtly classy ladies, and young boys doing various scholarly activities. The entire charger is cover with glazed, including the base of the footrim. It has very un-usual tiny sesame seed size kiln's spurs mark. This large and heavy charger is 16.5D (41.91 cm). Item is in great condition with no damage such as chips or cracks or hairlines. Item was examined under black UV light and has no restoration. Please study photos carefully for further condition detail. Japanese, late Edo period, first half of 19th C. The item "Magnificent Japanese 19th Edo Imari Kutani Porcelain Charger Lucky Ships Sailing" is in sale since Tuesday, March 30, 2021. This item is in the category "Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Plates". The seller is "baoming-collection" and is located in Davenport, Iowa. This item can be shipped worldwide.