Above, an extremely large Japanese Imari type bowl. On both the interior and exterior, alternating panels of red, blue, and white backgrounds support elaborately decorated motifs. These include chrysanthemums and Japanese junks, as well as delicately added areas of overglaze gold. This bowl was produced in the 19th century.
Below, a Large basin with raised decoration. This large bowl is unusual in many respects. It supports a reverse blue and white decoration, the decorative motifs are raised, and the size is quite large for a vessel having raised decoration. Produced during the Qing dynasty, during the reign of the emperor, Qianlong (Ch’ien Lung), ca. 1750 CE.