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Up for sale from a recent estate in Honolulu Hawaii, this 18th century
Japanese reticulated Arita ware dish with scholar and attendant in a landscape
motif painted in blue enamels on white ground that features a apocryphal Ming
Zhenghua six character reign mark on its base. The edge of one of the loops
has a gold lacquer repair. The condition is described above - for more
details please check the photos. An Asian Arts appraiser inspected the piece
and gave the information that the piece is listed with.
2.5 inches high x 9.5 inches across x 1.9lb
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available!!! Items sold as is!!!
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