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ARITA PORCELAIN    This is my favorite Japanese 'ARITA PORCELAIN'.   Every kind of dish seems delicious more!! #saga #japan

ARITA PORCELAIN This is my favorite Japanese 'ARITA PORCELAIN'. Every kind of dish seems delicious more!! #saga #japan

A 19th Century Japanese Satsuma Hand decorated "Pinched" Small Bowl with Floral and Gilt Decoration. Finely Executed and Signed.

A 19th Century Japanese Satsuma Hand decorated "Pinched" Small Bowl with Floral and Gilt Decoration. Finely Executed and Signed.

Antique Japanese Edo porcelain Imari Charger

Antique Japanese Edo porcelain Imari Charger

Large Antique Japanese Arita Blue & White Nabeshima Porcelain Bowl Or Dish | eBay

Large Antique Japanese Arita Blue & White Nabeshima Porcelain Bowl Or Dish | eBay

Description A Japanese Arita porcelain saucer dish decorated in overglaze enamels and gilding with Manchurian Cranes with stylised clouds on a brick-red ground, surrounding a central roundel of The Three Friends (bamboo, pine and prunus), the reverse is plain  Date 1880-1910  www.collectorstrade.de

Description A Japanese Arita porcelain saucer dish decorated in overglaze enamels and gilding with Manchurian Cranes with stylised clouds on a brick-red ground, surrounding a central roundel of The Three Friends (bamboo, pine and prunus), the reverse is plain Date 1880-1910 www.collectorstrade.de

A Japanese Satsuma vase having a baluster form, with birds and flowering branch decoration on a orange background and brocade neck, Japan, circa 1876-1925

A Japanese Satsuma vase having a baluster form, with birds and flowering branch decoration on a orange background and brocade neck, Japan, circa 1876-1925

Japanese LARGE Pristine Vintage Nabeshima Plate Gorgeous 鍋島 A is for Arita yaki.  Meaning Japanese wares are from the Arita area with different names based on historical kilns design and style transformed to current.

Japanese LARGE Pristine Vintage Nabeshima Plate Gorgeous 鍋島 A is for Arita yaki. Meaning Japanese wares are from the Arita area with different names based on historical kilns design and style transformed to current.