TENPYODO

Nabeshima Dish with Design of Aquatic plants and Running water(Edo Period)

Reserved2,500,000Yen

It is the masterpiece of the heyday that is counted as the supreme of nabeshima small dish. It is thin and light, and is an example of the ideal genroku period(1688~1704). The aquatic plants fluttering in the running water are drawn refreshingly, and the blurring by blue and white adds a beautiful taste. Since the back of this series is white, the refreshing feeling stands out compared to general kushi-kodai and shippo design, and you will be impressed when you actually pick it up. It's in the best condition, intact. We have dealt with a lot of nabeshima ware in its heyday, but this work can be said to be the museum piece that has reached its peak. Similar works can be found at the Tanakamaru Collection, Imaemon Museum, The Met.

⇒ Imaemon MuseumImaemon Museum(External Link)

Period
Edo Period
Late 17th
Condition
Perfect Condition
Weight
219g
Diameter
14.9cm
Height
4.5cm
Bottom Diameter
8.0cm
Description
Inro Box
Acrylic Dish Stand
Provenance
Kochukyo
Product Code
210202-11