Shapes & Sizes
Other Shapes
Characteristic motif & enameling in the 19th century
Decorative change in the 19th Century
A new pattern of a scrolling fern leaf motif, also known as shida karakusa-mon
in Japanese appeared to the polychrome porcelains produced in Hizen in the
early 19th century. It was painted in gold on a red background. The enamel
decoration of this type is thicker and fuller, not translucent.  Especially, dots,
flower called shiro-mori in Japanese which means a raised white coloring.
Iroe Nozokichoko Cup
145 - 1868      No.5
Iroe Kacho-mon Plate
1870 - 1880     No.32
applied for the export porcelain wares.