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A large Japanese Arita blue and white dish, 19th century, painted in Kraak style with a Shishi lion and cub to the centre, surrounded by panels of insects and flowers, diameter 30 cm

A large Japanese Arita blue and white dish, 19th century, decorated in Kraak style with long tailed birds amongst peony, surrounded by panels with other flowers and auspicious symbols, diameter 31 cm

A large Japanese Arita blue and white dish, Edo period, decorated in Kraak style, the centre with pomegranate and peony sprays issuing from a vase, the rim with alternating panels of peony, pomegranate, kiku and other flowers, diameter 42 cm

A large Japanese Arita blue and white dish, Edo period, decorated in Kraak style with pomegranate and finger citron branches to the centre surrounded by panels of peonies and auspicious symbols, diameter 42 cm

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

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