Japanese Chrysanthemums Salad Plate from The Met Museum


This popular blue-and-white floral pattern evokes a profusion of chrysanthemum petals, a flower that has been grown in Japan for more than 1,000 years. A practice that first flowered in China in the 14th century, the painting of cobalt blue on porcelain had a profound effect on global ceramics that lasted for centuries. The 7″ salad plate brings a touch of everyday elegance-and blends well with other wares.

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