KANGXI 1662 - 1722. Chinese Export Porcelain. A Miniature Chinese Export Porcelain Blue and White Teabowl and Saucer, Kangxi c.1690-1710. Decorated with fish swimming among water weed. The base marked with the character for Jade Provenance : The John Drew Collection of Chinese and Japanese Ceramics. IF YOU WOULD LIKE EMAIL NOTIFICATION OF NEW STOCK ADDED TO THE WEBSITE GO TO THE HOME PAGE AND CLICK ON THE EMAIL/SUBSCRIBE BUTTON.
Imari is one of the most versatile and popular ceramic styles for Japanese cuisine. Whether it's multi-colored export ware, blue-and-white Arita or elegant Nabeshima, Imari ware is used daily in the Japanese kitchen. Named after the port that shipped this popular porcelain pottery to Europe, Imari is the common generic name used for both export and domestic Japanese porcelain.