Beautiful, delicate Igezara plates probably dating from the 1920 or 1930s. Igezara are everyday plates which were mainly producers in the regions of Imari and Seto during the Taisho Era (1912-1926) or thereabouts. Ige means a “notch” (or a thorn) in the dialect of the Imari region. “Zara” means a plate. (Source: www.f-japan.com). I have priced them individually but I have two in stock.
Exquisite detail on these porcelain plates. Beautiful as a centrepiece on a dining table or a statement piece on a sideboard.
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