Fragment of the base of a dish

Detail of a pattern
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At A Glance

  • Period

    1670-1700
  • Geography

    Kakiemon kiln site, Nangawara, Arita, Saga prefecture, Japan
  • Material

    Porcelain with clear glaze
  • Dimension

    W: 10.8 cm (4 1/4 in)
  • Accession Number

    FSC-P-1526
  • EDAN ID

    edanmdm:fsg_FSC-P-1526

Object Details

  • Description

    Blue-and-white; plate, foot fragment, one spur (porcelain) still attached on exterior.
    Clay: white porcelain, finely potted.
    Glaze: clear glaze on interior and exterior.
  • Provenance

    To 1968
    John A. Pope (1906-1982), Washington DC, collected in Kakiemon kiln site at Nangawara kilns. [1]
    From 1968
    Freer Gallery of Art, gift of John A. Pope, Washington DC [2]
    Notes:
    [1] See Study Collection catalogue card, Collections Management Office.
    [2] See note 1.
  • Collection

    Freer Study Collection
  • Previous custodian or owner

    Dr. John Alexander Pope (1906-1982)
  • Origin

    Kakiemon kiln site, Nangawara, Arita, Saga prefecture, Japan
  • Credit Line

    Gift of John A. Pope
  • Type

    Vessel
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