Japanese Meiji period satsuma scalloped shaped bowl. The bowl of beautiful form with gilt pin-striping and dotting to the accented areas. The exterior decorated with multiple fish swimming around the outside with small flower sprays between. To the inside a painted netting covers the bowl with butterflies and further floral sprays. The centre decorated with representations of each of the woodcut prints from Hiroshige’s Tokaido gojusan tsugi (53 Stations of the Tokaido Road). To the base a stylised cartouche signature within an oval for Suizan.This Japanese satsuma bowl features rare decoration from Hiroshige’s Tokaido gojusan tsugi and would compliment any Japanese or ceramics collection.
Measurements in Inches 2.56 High x 7.48 Wide