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A Japanese Arita blue and white porcelain V.O.C. Plate, 17th century, circa 1680, a Museum quality underglaze dish with Voc (Vereenigde Oostindische Compagnic - Dutch East India Company) insignia surrounded by long tail phoenix (ho-ho) birds, persimmons an

Japanese Arita Ware dish, 18th/19th century, decorated in the kraak style with the central floriate motif, the rim radiating eight panels alternating with camellia, peony and auspicious symbols, 39.5 cm diameter

A pair of Kraak porcelain blue and white tea bowls, 6 cm high

A set of sixteen Arita Kraak style blue & white plates, each decorated with traditional kraak patterns, 24 cm diameter. Provenance: Private Sydney collector, purchased in 1960's Kyoto, with original receipt

A South-East Asian blue and white dish, painted with panels in Kraak style with ducks amongst lotus plants and flowers. Diameter 35.5 cm

A Chinese Kraak porcelain bowl, Wanli period (1573-1620), 14.4 cm diameter, with later silver swing handle

Japanese blue and white plate in the Kraak style. Depth 27 cm