Imari antique vases and clocks

Imari antique vases and clocks
Imari antique vases and clocks
Imari antique vases and clocks
Imari antique vases and clocks
Imari antique vases and clocks
Imari antique vases and clocks
Imari antique vases and clocks
Imari antique vases and clocks
Imari antique vases and clocks
Imari antique vases and clocks
Imari antique vases and clocks
Imari antique vases and clocks
Imari antique vases and clocks
Imari antique vases and clocks
Imari antique vases and clocks
Imari antique vases and clocks
Imari antique vases and clocks
Imari antique vases and clocks
Imari antique vases and clocks
Imari antique vases and clocks
Imari antique vases and clocks
Imari antique vases and clocks

Antique set of paired vases and clocks in Imari porcelain. The bases, decor in the form of lion heads, putti are made of high quality bronze. Japan, late 18th century


Imari Porcelain is a term for the artistic movement of ancient Japanese porcelain named after the Imari seaport on the island of Kyushu, Saga, Japan, from where porcelain was first shipped to the West in the early 17th century.


Refined, elegant and high quality Imari porcelain is highly respected in Japanese culture and is the true pride and hallmark of Japan. Two real world titans in the Imari antiques trade are Japanese and Chinese masters.


It is no secret that Imari porcelain is highly regarded by connoisseurs and art lovers all over the world. Each piece is a stunning piece with a rich history and high cultural value, created by true masters of the art.