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Subject:what is this
Posted By: CLIVE POLLICK Tue, Jun 02, 2020 IP: 169.0.139.166

Can anyone identify this
it's 44 cm from point to point

I can't find anything even close on the net





Subject:Re: what is this
Posted By: Mark Adams Wed, Jun 03, 2020

It's Japanese and probably from the Meiji period 1868-1912.
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Subject:Re: what is this
Posted By: clive pollick Thu, Jun 04, 2020

thank you

Subject:Re: what is this
Posted By: Martin Michels Wed, Jun 03, 2020

It is a exceptional Japanese Arita ware plate.
The mark is displayed upside down.
In red it starts with the Fukagawa Koransha orchid and: Fukagawa 深川 Zo 造 (made by Fukagawa), so this plate was manufactured by Fukakawa's Koransha.
In blue: Ritsujin (?) 立仁 Sei 製 (made by Ritsujin), who might be the potter or painter.
I'm not sure about the name Ritsujin, it is the literal translation of these 2 Kanji characters. The name Ritsujin is also written like this: 立人.
Date: around 1900.

Regards,
Martin.

Subject:Re: what is this
Posted By: clive pollick Thu, Jun 04, 2020

thank you
very helpful


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