Japanese Imari vase and cover, c. 1890. Meiji Period.
Japanese Imari porcelain vase and cover, c. 1890, Meiji Period. The hexagonal vase, painted with panels of flowering plants in vases, upon a low table.Two further panels of textile motif, upon a flowering ground. Lappet border to the shoulder of the vase, beneath a rim of further stylised floral scroll. The cover, similarly decorated, and surmounted by a teardrop finial.
Height: 51 cm, 20 1/8”.
Width: 27.5 cm, 10 7/8”.
Condition: Typical minor wear to the gilding. No restoration.