An attractive pair of traditional, hand made and hand painted Imari vases c1890. The vases are of baluster form with everted rim. Reeded body and scalloped rim. Decorated with floral panels to front and back. These vases are typical of the Imari porcelain ware that was made for export during the Meiji period. They are unmarked, each with an unglazed foot and blue tint to the ground. Typical Imari colours and design. The vases measure 19.5 cm in height.
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Pair of Meiji Period Japanese Imari Reeded Vases c1890
The vases are in excellent original condition with no chips, cracks or crazing. Some firing flaws typical with ceramics of this type and age. Please see images as these form an important part of the description.