19th. Century Japanese Meiji Arita Porcelain Chamber Pot with Tigers

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Japanese Meiji period Arita porcelain chamber pot meticulously hand painted with enamels and gold in an Imari design.  Painted scenes include a gathering of dignitaries on one side and birds in a wild setting on the other. The reserves are painted over a meticulous background of florals/geometric designs and a grand stalking tiger in the jungle. The designs on the lid mimic the designs below on the main body.  
Hallmarked on the underside with the Hichozan Shinpo-Sei mark painted in red.
1860-1880. Early Meiji period.
Excellent condition and a collectable piece.  This could be used as a small  planter as well.
7 1/2" tall x 9 1/2" wide at handle x 7 1/2" diameter (body) and 8 3/4" diameter (lid).
4.25 pounds.


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