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A fine and rare pair of Arita blue and white Islamic shaped ewers
Porcelain, underglaze blue
c.1680-1710
Saga prefecture, Japan
H: 29cm D: 23cm 

A pair of ewers with wide rounded sides, which tapers toward the galleried rim, an elongated shallow s-shaped spout is attached to the lower section of the main body, a sturdy u-shaped handle with a small loop for the metallic lid, joins the mouthrim to the main body, all raised on a tall foot. 

Decorated in underglaze cobalt blue, the central panel depicting a garden scene with two birds amongst bamboo sprouting from rockwork. The foot, side panels, handle and spout is elaborately decorated with floral scrolling. Produced for the Middle Eastern market. 

Dimensions

H: 29cm D: 23cm

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