Lot 3039
A Group of Japanese Imari Serving Tableware
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
19th and early 20th century, porcelain hand painted in imari palette, the first a double fish form platter with painted shells, red mark to underside (12 x 9 3/4 in.)(some minor surface losses from use; spur mark to underside), the second an oval platter with scalloped rim decorated with a large peony blossom to center and bands of textile decoration radiating from the center (9 1/4 x 10 3/4 in.)(old paper label residue to interior side and underside), and a deep serving bowl decorated with a girl's face in Heian period style, behind her a science landscape with large iris, a Mandarin duck swimming on a stream lined with hollyhock flowers (4 1/2 in., 9 5/8 in. diameter)(good estate condition), and a table vase with fluted sides hand painted in underglaze blue with floral patters and decoration in iron red and gilt (8 7/8 in.)(good estate condition).

From the Collection of the late Dr. & Mrs. Henry C. and Barbara Landon III, Wilmington, North Carolina