(2) Japanese Arita Imari porcelains from the 19th century: a) Large Japanese Arita Imari porcelain bowl, the body hand-painted in underglaze-blue, over-glaze enamels and gilding, the bowl with geometric patterns, Chilong dragon, phoenix and a Foo dog with a cash coin. The exterior with scrolling foliage the base with the six-character, Chinese Ming dynasty Chenghua period (1465-1487) mark; b) A similar Imari platter glazed in under-glaze blue, iron red, over-glaze enamels and gilding. The base with the six-character, Chinese Ming dynasty Chenghua period (1465-1487) mark. Dimensions are: 5 3/4 inches tall X 15 3/8 inches diameter; b) 2 1/4 inches tall X 13 1/8 inches diameter. All measurements are approximate. Condition: Both are free from chips, cracks and restoration; a) overall wear to the gilding in the well and a line of discoloration in the interior; b) wear to the gilding at the lip. Provenance: From a single owner collection of Northern Virginia gentleman.