Re: Imari, Chinese or Japanese? 1 + 3

Started by samborsu, Apr 18, 2020, 03:30:17

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OK stan. thanks. I will separate the 4 plates. Here is the first one


number 3


I believe Stan meant to make a different post for each plate...

In my view these two are typical Kangxi Imari.


Thanks Peter, yes that is what I meant, it is easier to answer each post separately, I've noticed that bowls and plates from the Late Kangxi period are thin on the edges.