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Dish with Weeping Cherry Tree

late 1800s
Diameter: 15 cm (5 7/8 in.)
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This dish depicts a cherry tree (sakuragi) whose flower-laden branches are the centerpiece while the sliver of a trunk and roots appear on the left edge. The sakura blossoms are delicately depicted in an iron-red overglaze. The flowers’ various positions (facing out and downward) and stages of maturity (bud and full bloom) enhance the naturalism and dynamism of the image.
Dish with Weeping Cherry Tree

Dish with Weeping Cherry Tree

late 1800s

Japan, Meiji period (1868–1912)

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