Please see the photos as they are a part of the description. 17th century Imari Jars with lids are very rare because porcelain is a fragile material. That is why there are not many examples that have survived to the present day.Is the name given to porcelain wares made in Arita, a town in the former Hizen Province, northwestern Kysh. This porcelain was exported in significant quantities to the European market from the port of Imari, Saga, between the 1650s and the first half of the 18th century. Japanese and Europeans called such pieces Imari.
Japanese also refer to this school of porcelain as Arita-yaki. 17th century Imari porcelain jars such as this one, from distant Japan, were highly fashionable and expensive during this period, and could only be seen in some of the wealthy and important houses. Height: Jar with cover: 38.3 cm (15.08 inches).Width: 22 cm (8.66 inches). All items are guaranteed to be authentic antiques, and not reproductions. All our artifacts are accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity. Canadian buyers please note: We are required to charge HST or GST on all orders mailed to Canadian destinations. Our business HUNDRED & ONE ANTIQUES is based on a long family tradition of collecting fine European and Oriental Antiques and Art, with a special interest in Antique Arms and Armour. We have been involved in antique trading since 1970. Welcome and thank you for visiting. Get Supersized Images & Free Image Hosting.
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The item "Rare Antique Japanese Imari Porcelain Jar And Cover 17th Century Edo Period" is in sale since Saturday, January 2, 2021. This item is in the category "Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Vases". The seller is "eclecticmuseum" and is located in Ontario. This item can be shipped worldwide.