G138: Must Real Japanese Old Imari Porcelain Plate. Great Hana-karakusa. 1700s For Sale
CONDITION :Good. ( Used. Rim has a crack. ) SIZE : Width 7.7 in : Length 7.7 in : Height 1.4 in : Weight 340 gThis is a plate of Japanese IMARI blue-and-white porcelain ware. This was made over 200 years ago. It is in the middle of the Edo period. This is REAL OLD IMARI. It is never imitation. In IMARI, such a pattern is called HANA-KARAKUSA(flower arabesque design). It is one of the most popular pattern. And this is the highest-class work called AI-GAKI style. It is a style of great potter Kakiemon of those days. His name is inherited from the early stages of the Edo period to the present. Work, a painting style, iron glaze of a rim, a signature, etc are just AI-GAKI. Since this is too wonderful work, possibly it may be work of Kakiemon. Anyway, this is old original and a highest-class work. Though regrettable, there is a crack. But it is an old proof. And this has reference-product value. And there is no problem in use. Please purchase at this opportunity, and add to your Japanese collection. In order to avoid a trouble, please be sure to read the following "ABOUT SHIPMENT" etc. COST and ABOUT SHIPMENTSALFedex EMSSea mail USA, Canada, Oceania, Middle East USD 17.70Click hereUSD 31.10USD 26.10Europe USD 17.70Click hereUSD 36.10USD 26.10Asia USD 15.20Click hereUSD 23.30USD 23.30Africa, South America USD 20.10Click hereUSD 51.10USD 29.40Capacity weight for Fedex3.2 kg
The cost of Fedex is estimate. It changes with zones. Click here for details. I have four shipment methods. Please read the following carefully. And please recognize the characteristic of each method.
1, SAL ( The cheapest method. But it has many faults. ) The maximum weight is 2 kg (included packing material). More than 2 kg is EMS or Fedex. And the overweight by combination of some items is also EMS or Fedex. Handling time is uncertain. About two to three weeks. Sometime one month. Worst two months. I am sorry. In SAL shipping, I do not accept the claim for delay. And the maximum insurance to breakage is USD 50.00. And SAL has no tracking number. But followup is possible (Very long time is required). And the following country is not supporting SAL. South Korea, Taiwan, Vietnam, Romania, Mongolian, Morocco, etc. SAL is lower-priced than other methods. But it has many faults.2, EMS ( Fast and safe method. ) EMS is indemnified to breakage or loss. And it has tracking number. Handling time is one to three weeks.
3, Fedex ( Fastest and safe method. But correct cost is uncalculable beforehand. ) I do not use Fedex, unless you wish. If you desire Fedex, please let me know. The restrictions of Fedex is almost the same as EMS except a handling time. Handling time is one to two weeks. It is the fastest method. But Fedex can't calculate a shipping cost in advance. Because the cost changes in the size of packing. And, because cost changes finely with a country or areas. About the estimate of cost, Please click here. 4, SEA MAIL ( It is cheaper than EMS or Fedex, and safe. But it is very late. ) SEA MAIL is also indemnified. And it has tracking number. But shipment to Germany and Canada, etc does not have compensation. Handling time is one month to two months. Some countries require three months. It is the method of requiring very much days.
ABOUT COMBINATION SHIPMENT I can combine two or more items for saving of shipping cost. But, combination of an item is not necessarily saving of cost. And the period when it can be combined is up to one week from your first purchase. If you desire combination of some items, please do not pay separately by PayPal. Because an invoice cannot be combined. And when a PayPal address differs from the shipping address, please let me know in E-mail of PayPal.About tax I do not know the tax regulations of your country. Unless you order, I write exact sales price at an invoice. If you have the orders about tax, please tell me it after a successful offer.
ABOUT PAYMENT I recommend PAYPAL payment.
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G138: Must Real Japanese Old Imari Porcelain Plate. Great Hana-karakusa. 1700s: $50