A Late 17th or Early 18th Century Japanese Porcelain Polychrome Dish.
A Japanese porcelain dish of lobed form, Arita kilns c.1690-1720. The enamel decoration consists of ‘cash’ emblems with ribbons to the center, the cavetto is decorated with dragons among scrolls and flaming pearls. The the reverse with Karakusa scrolling foliage and a seal-mark to the center.
Condition: In excellent condition but with minor losses to the green enamels in the center.