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    Posted 3 months ago

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    I would be grateful if anyone can give me any information on the plate. ...particularly, the signature.

    It is massive ..45 cm diameter.

    I think it is Imari...but not sure..and nit sure how to date it

    Any info much appreciated


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    1. apostata apostata, 2 months ago
      i don,t understand nothing of of it , and i am trying to find the embossed mark for probably decades, and i don,t understand the application , so i got only questions actually and the assesment is probably total bs

      landscape scene not sansui, the border is an beheaded ruyi ( scepter )which actually is strange because its chinese tradition, used a template probably for the ruyi heads ( press through)

      the rim could be painted ( i believe but i am absolutely not sure the japanase used a word for it , which means pigment scrolling

      i only this type of ruyi head application from HIzen or Yamatoku (can,t trace this this in hirkana or katakana

      the kilnspurs on the reverse don,t help us ( maybe the AMOUNT of the kilnspurs help us

      let,s extrapolate the combination EMBOSSING with the RUYI head application but i am guessing cerainly not early meijji , but late meijji or early taisho

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