An Early 18th Century Japanese Porcelain Bowl c.1700-1730. The Flower Shaped Form with Gently Indented Lobes and a Waisted Profile is Enamelled with Open Sprays of Flowering Peony to the Interior. The Exterior Decorated with What Appears to be Flowering Prunus.
Condition: A fairly wide but very shallow chip to the inner rim c.8 x 5mm (see close up). There is a very fine small glaze star crack to the base.