18th century Imari vase of ovoid form.
Imari began to be exported to Europe, because the Chinese kilns at Ching-te-Chen were damaged in the political chaos and the new Qing dynasty government stopped trade in 1656–1684. Exported to Europe was made through the Dutch East India Company, but the designation "Imari porcelain" in Europe connotes Arita wares mostly Kinrande Imari.
Item Reference = 5457
Height = 13.00 inches
Condition = Excellent
Windsor House Category = Ceramics / Vases