Japanese, Seto KIlns Stoneware called "Ishizara" or "Stone Plate"
Crafted as provencial ware, this type of stoneware was for daily use in the 18th and 19th C.
The five sager marks on the face of the plate result from stacking a number of pieces in the kiln
for firing. Shows modest wear from long years of use.
12.5" in diameter.