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775. Antique Vintage Japanese Chinese Imari Porcelain Ormolu Table Lamp Blue Red Gilt

775. Antique Vintage Japanese Chinese Imari Porcelain Ormolu Table Lamp Blue Red Gilt

An Imposing and Stunning Single Traditional Japanese Imari waisted form hand painted Porcelain Vase of tall slender proportions. First half of the Nineteenth Century.   

The main outer porcelain body with stylish flared rim mounted with its original decorative scrolling ormolu mount above an ovoid tapering form, plain glazed surface detail and all over typical decorative Imari palette in colours of iron red and cobalt blue tones on an off-white ground, mounted on an exquisite rococo style cast ormolu heavy gauge spreading base.    

Height: (entire overall as shown in image one an impressive) 16.75” (42.5cm). Width: (at base) 6.5" (16.5cm). Depth: (at base) 6.5” (16.5cm).   

Condition: Superb condition with no losses, ormolu mounts have been professionally re-gold plated. These pieces are typically unmarked. Back and front views are similar. 

Eur.875.00. 

Location: Dublin City, Ireland.    

Affordable fixed price Worldwide Store to door shipping.  

Imari Ware first began arriving from Japan to Europe in the late 17th century. The elegant porcelain thrilled royals and nobles, and was not only used as high-end crockery but also displayed as status symbols in royal palaces. The mountain village of Okawachiyama and its secret kilns is the best place to explore the history of Imari ware.  

The origins of Japan’s prized Imari ware can be traced back four centuries to Kyushu, when a potter discovered the white kaolin clay essential to producing porcelain in the town of Arita. Arita potters were soon making porcelain and shipping it from nearby Imari Port to other parts of Japan. Despite the source, their products became known as Imari ware—or Imari for short—and porcelain from the Edo period (1603-1867) is collectively referred to as Old Imari ware.  

Today Japanese Imari Antique Porcelain items remain as popular as ever throughout Europe, America and Canada. This is a stunning Single Lamp showing Imari decoration at its very best