Japanese Kraak Style Porcelain Plate, Arita, Perhaps Hikeoba or Sarugawa Kilns c.1670 – 1690.
An Japanese Kraak type porcelain plate, Arita, perhaps Hikeoba or Sarugawa kilns c.1670 – 1690. The center decorated with a persimmons growing from rocks. The cavetto decorated with six alternating panels showing stylised peonies, and rocks, bamboo and flowering prunus. The patterns showing a striking similarity to that used for V.O.C. orders produced at the Hikeoba and Sarugawa kilns, those plates have the initials V.O.C. to the center of the plate.
In perfect condition but with a small iron spot to the glaze.