Japanese Kutani ware porcelain decorative plates for sale

(Last Updated On: 29/09/2018)

Kutani-yaki china plates for display

Jpanese traditional ceramic Kutani ware. Decorative Plate with a stand. Funds red peony peacock. With wooden box. ktn-K5-1401

 

 

Compared to an exotic Imari (Arita) ware, the color of a Kutani ware is darker and softer. But it’s dynamic. Yet delicate.

 

As the traditional ceramic has more than 460 years, there are some types and you can select from one what you like. It also must be best suited as a gift for your friends, family, and significant.

 

Most of the plates showed in this page are 30cm (11.8 inches) – 40cm (15.7 inches) diameter. They would have a strong presence in the rooms.



Kutani-yaki (ware) 

The history of Kutani-yaki began in 1655.

 

The first Daishoji Domain lord Maeda Toshiharu made Goto Saijiro learn the technique of Arita (Imari) ware and start the ceramic industry in his domain. The name of the village where the porcelain stone was produced was Kutani. So, they called the porcelain as “Kutani-yaki”.

 

The old Kutani ware has a feature of a green body. And the craftsmen took advantage of the color as one of the paints. Otherwise, the style using five colors, green, yellow, purple, red, and navy was famous old Kutani (Kokutani).

 

Though the pottery gained the reputation, the industrials disappeared from the Daishoji Domain just some 50 years after. The apparent reason hasn’t come out yet. But the researchers gather that it is the financial difficulties or policy shift of the domain.

 

After about 100 years of the passing, the movement of the renaissance came off. It brought forth the master craftsmen who created porcelain with red as based color or gold lines. 

 

Since then, the Kutani ceramic plate and vase gained popularity around the world as a work of art. On the other hand, Japanese people love the pottery as a tableware for everyday life.

 

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Kokutani (Old Kutani) Style

Kokutani is the oldest style in Kutani-yaki. The patterns are powerful and dynamic. Most of the colors are blue, green, yellow, and purple.

 

Japanese drawn Ceramic Porcelain kutani ware with wooden box. Plateau. Big plate." Japanese ceramic Hagiyakiya 1201

Japanese drawn Ceramic Porcelain kutani ware with wooden box. Plateau. Big plate. Flower and birds." Japanese ceramic Hagiyakiya 1209

Jpanese traditional ceramic Kutani ware. Decorative Plate with a stand. Kokutani flower and bird. With wooden box. ktn-K5-1369

Jpanese traditional ceramic Kutani ware. Decorative Plate with a stand. Bi-pheasant diagram (with dish standing) . With wooden box. ktn-K5-1400

 

 

Yoshitaya Style

The patterns of Yoshitaya Style is soft. And it mostly has the yellow or gold base.

Jpanese traditional ceramic Kutani ware. Decorative Plate with a stand. Yoshidaya flowers. With wooden box. ktn-K5-1395

Jpanese traditional ceramic Kutani ware. Decorative Plate with a stand. Yoshidaya gold bird. With wooden box. ktn-K5-1372

Jpanese traditional ceramic Kutani ware. Decorative Plate with a stand. Yoshidaya gold crane. With wooden box. ktn-K5-1391

Jpanese traditional ceramic Kutani ware. Decorative Plate with a stand. Yoshidaya crane. With wooden box. ktn-K5-1394

 

 

See also…

Kutani Yoshidaya porcelain Koro (incense burner)

 

Iidaya Style

The lines of Iidaya Style are so fine. The colors are just red and gold.

Jpanese traditional ceramic Kutani ware. Decorative Plate with a stand. Funds red peony peacock. With wooden box. ktn-K5-1401

 

 

 

 

Shozaburo Stye

It includes all techniques of the before styles. Furthermore half‐Japanese, half‐Western.

Jpanese traditional ceramic Kutani ware. Decorative Plate with a stand. Waritori flowers. With wooden box. ktn-K5-1384 Jpanese traditional ceramic Kutani ware. Decorative Plate with a stand. Waritori flowers. With wooden box. ktn-K5-1398

Jpanese traditional ceramic Kutani ware. Decorative Plate with a stand. Peony flower and bird. With wooden box. ktn-K5-1388 Japanese drawn Ceramic Porcelain kutani ware with wooden box. Plateau. Big plate. Flowers." Japanese ceramic Hagiyakiya 1207

 

 

 

Others

 

Jpanese traditional ceramic Kutani ware. Decorative Plate with a stand. Red Fuji. With wooden box. ktn-K5-1392

Jpanese traditional ceramic Kutani ware. Decorative Plate with a stand. Red phoenix. With wooden box. ktn-K5-1383 Jpanese traditional ceramic Kutani ware. Decorative Plate with a stand. Fuji and crane. With wooden box. ktn-K5-1390 Jpanese traditional ceramic Kutani ware. Decorative Plate with a stand. Funds picture of dragon. With wooden box. ktn-K5-1403
Jpanese traditional ceramic Kutani ware. Decorative Plate with a stand. Red fuji. With wooden box. ktn-K5-1399 Jpanese traditional ceramic Kutani ware. Decorative Plate with a stand. Carp waterfall climbing (with dish standing). With wooden box. ktn-K5-1370 Jpanese traditional ceramic Kutani ware. Decorative Plate with a stand. Kissho peony. With wooden box. ktn-K5-1397 Jpanese traditional ceramic Kutani ware. Decorative Plate with a stand. Mandarin duck. With wooden box. ktn-K5-1379
Jpanese traditional ceramic Kutani ware. Decorative Plate with a stand. Shower of cherry blossom. With wooden box. ktn-K5-1380 Jpanese traditional ceramic Kutani ware. Decorative Plate with a stand. Hokusai gaihukaisei. With wooden box. ktn-K5-1382 Jpanese traditional ceramic Kutani ware. Decorative Plate with a stand. Hokusai Kanagawa okinaiura. With wooden box. ktn-K5-1381 Jpanese traditional ceramic Kutani ware. Decorative Plate with a stand. Red and white plum. With wooden box. ktn-K5-1376
Jpanese traditional ceramic Kutani ware. Decorative Plate with a stand. Fuji and crane. With wooden box. ktn-K5-1374

Jpanese traditional ceramic Kutani ware. Decorative Plate with a stand. Shokaku. With wooden box. ktn-K5-1393 Jpanese traditional ceramic Kutani ware. Decorative Plate with a stand. Funds blue dott waritori. With wooden box. ktn-K5-1402 Jpanese traditional ceramic Kutani ware. Decorative Plate with a stand. Cherry blossom. With wooden box. ktn-K5-1396
Jpanese traditional ceramic Kutani ware. Decorative Plate with a stand. Red fuji. With wooden box. ktn-K5-1389 Jpanese traditional ceramic Kutani ware. Decorative Plate with a stand. Cherry blossom. With wooden box. ktn-K5-1385 Jpanese traditional ceramic Kutani ware. Decorative Plate with a stand. Gold leaf cranes. With wooden box. ktn-K5-1387 Jpanese traditional ceramic Kutani ware. Decorative Plate with a stand. Plum nightingale (with dish standing). With wooden box. ktn-K5-1386
Japanese drawn Ceramic Porcelain kutani ware with wooden box. Plateau. Big plate. Golod Flower and birds." Japanese ceramic Hagiyakiya 1206 Japanese drawn Ceramic Porcelain kutani ware with wooden box. Plateau. Big plate. Peony and pheasants." Japanese ceramic Hagiyakiya 1204 Japanese drawn Ceramic Porcelain kutani ware. Plateau with wooden box. Big plate. Bamboo and plum." Japanese ceramic Hagiyakiya 1210 Japanese drawn Ceramic Porcelain kutani ware with wooden box. Plateau. Big plate. Cranes." Japanese ceramic Hagiyakiya 1202
Japanese drawn Ceramic Porcelain kutani ware with wooden box. Plateau. Big plate. Cerrry blowsom and bird." Japanese ceramic Hagiyakiya 1205

Jpanese traditional ceramic Kutani ware. Decorative Plate with a stand. Fuji and cherry blossom. With wooden box. ktn-K5-1373 Jpanese traditional ceramic Kutani ware. Decorative Plate with a stand. Gold leaf cranes. With wooden box. ktn-K5-1377

 

 

 

See also Imari (Arita) ware decolative plates made by the up and coming traditional craftsman, Fuji Kinsai

Fujii Kinsai’s decorative plates of Imari-yaki (Arita-yaki)

 

 





 

 

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