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Japanese Vintage Shibata Chinaware Porcelain Plate. This is an amazingly beautiful plate with rich heavy gold. 26cm diameter. 1960s.

Similar to some of the Eiraku pieces (who was famous). It is a nice piece of red porcelain with gold gilt designs mostly of chrysanthemums. Shibata Chinaware, called Shiba ta To-Ki, or "Shibata Porcelain" in Japan.

Condition - no chips or cracks, no fading of gold or glaze, no glaze crazing, 2 small scratches - see pics.

The Shibata Chinaware Company was established in Mizunami city, Japan in 1948 with a long history in chinaware manufacture for almost 60 years.
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  • Seller location: Kapiti, Wellington, NZ

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