Antique Japanese Bronze Daisy Dish


1930s-1940s, Japan


Elegant yet subtle bronze dishes from early-Showa era Japan, originally used as saucers during tea ceremonies. The luxurious artistry and craftsmanship can be seen in the delicate impressed patterns of daisies, and the fine lines of the scalloped design. Small size good as a teacup saucer, for serving food, trinkets, or as a base plate for burning incense. 


-Material: Bronze

-Condition: Excellent (2pcs), Very good (1pc with a couple small pinholes and dots), Good (1pc with chipped hole on bottom) - total 3 pieces available.

*Priced individually


-Size: L 12cm x W 8.8cm x H 1cm

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