Ginger Jar Imari Porcelain 1950's Japan

Ginger Jar Imari Porcelain 1950's Japan


Description
This pretty lidded ginger jar with its original footed wood stand is Imari ware, a style of porcelain named for the port in Japan from which it was exported. The cobalt blue and rust are typical colors used on the pure white porcelain; on this piece, the designs are accented with a generous amount of gold.


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 The central pattern is of flowers in Imari vases. This vase was made in the 1950's; the paper label on the bottom, an oval navy blue "MADE IN JAPAN" with gold trim, is still intact.

The vase measures 6 inches tall to the top of the gilded knop; when on its round stand, it's 7 inches tall. The black wood stand itself has a diameter of 5 1/2 inches. Both the vase and the stand are in like-new condition, ready to display with pride and a Japanese flair.

© Linda Henrich


Sold - Thank You - $39.00 USD


Item Name
Imari ginger jar
Condition Used Vintage
Category - China
In Stock 0
Item ID - PYH 4211

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