Amazing things that you can find now in Singapore City.
No idea that there was such thing as Japanese “Arita Porcelain”.
400 years of history and dedication to make this really unique pieces.
Thank you Mr Seita San for bringing me here. Really awesome!
A pair of Japanese Imari porcelain vases, Meiji Period, (1868-1912). The rib moulded vases, further moulded with sinuous dragons, decorated in underglaze blue, amongst a profusely decorated ground of flowering plants, stylised waves, and other textile motifs. Stylised floral motifs within lappet shaped panels adorn the neck.
Height - 31.2 cm, 12 1/4”. Width -19.5 cm, 7 5/8”. Condition - Typical minor wear to the glaze. Otherwise perfect condition. No damage. No restoration. £395