Two japanese plates

Started by konniela, Nov 12, 2018, 03:40:02

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Hello everybody,

I would like to present these two plates. From the decoration and the mark I think, they can be from late Edo.

Thanks for help and interest.



I just have seen, that there is one more photo, may be helpful


Hi konniela, notice  the 3 or 4 rings on the bottom of these dishes, typical Arita markings, the mark on the bottom Ken in Japanese is from the Kanji characters of kenryu-nen-sei which stands for the Chinese Qianlong period, this would date from 1780-1860.


Thanks for the confirmation late Edo.