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Pair of Japanese 19th century seto stoneware spouted bowls. Height 11 cm. Depth 22 & 20.5 cm

A seto Ware Aburazara, oil dish, Edo period, 19th century, painted with a sketchy landscape in iron brown 23 cm diameter. See Soame Jenyns, Japanese pottery, Faber & Faber, 1971, pl 43a; Also Hiroshi Mizuo, Famous Ceramics of Japan, 3, Folk Kilns 1, p 26

A small Seto Ware horse eye pottery dish, Edo period, 19th century. Decorated in iron brown 21 cm diameter. See Soame Jenyns, Japanese pottery, Faber & Faber, 1971, pl 42a; Also Hiroshi Mizuo, Famous Ceramics of Japan, 3, Folk Kilns 1, p 26

A seto Ware Aburazara (oil dish), 19th century, with a paper cut floral design, spur marks in the centre 21.4 cm diameter. See Soame Jenyns, Japanese pottery, Faber & Faber, 1971, pl 43a

A Seto Ware horse eye pottery dish, Edo period, 19th century, decorated in iron brown 26.8 cm diameter. See Soame Jenyns, Japanese pottery, Faber & Faber, 1971, pl 42a; Also Hiroshi Mizuo, Famous Ceramics of Japan, 3, Folk Kilns 1, p 26

A Seto Ware pottery dish, Edo period, 19th century, decorated with a dragonfly above a lotus pond in iron-brown and blue enamel 24.8 cm diameter. See Hiroshi Mizuo, Famous Ceramics of Japan, 3, Folk Kilns 1, p 26

A Seto Ware Aburazara (oil dish), 19th century, with a paper cut floral design 22.6 cm diameter. See Soame Jenyns, Japanese pottery, Faber & Faber, 1971, pl 43a; Also Hiroshi Mizuo, Famous Ceramics of Japan, 3, Folk Kilns 1, p 26

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