My Nabeshima Plates
I would love to show my ” Nabeshima” today. Nabeshima is a part of ” Imari” painting in Japan. It was painted from seventeenth century to nineteenth century in Japan. They were very expensive and laxury pottery in Japan because Japanese ” Shogun” had used them. It was created as gifts for Japanese Shoguns.
I copied four ” Nabeshima” plates from old ” Nabeshima” plates. Each Nabeshima has a unique pattern on the back of the each plate. These patterns are specific patterns for Nabeshima.
The most unique pattern is this. When you look at the rectangle pattern, most of the case, it is a Nabeshima painting.