Imari


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Imari

(ēmä`rē), city (1990 pop. 60,882), Saga prefecture, NW Kyushu, Japan, on Imari Bay. It is a fishing and commercial port that produces such products as porcelain, lumber, and marine products.
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Numerous dinner, dessert, breakfast and tea services, vases and ornaments of all kinds were decorated with Imari and other patterns.
The pictured Royal Crown Derby Imari pattern part dinner service, pattern no 2451, has an estimate of PS500-PS800.
But if you're looking to do something on a Monday evening, you can't go wrong with Sushi Mondays at Imari.
19] Imar, Kat Mulkiyeti, Belediye ve Il Ozel Idaresi Kanunlari, planli ve plansiz alanlar imari, plan yapimina ait esaslar, otopark, siginak ve yapilarda engellilerin kullanimina yonelik proje tadili komisyonlari teskili, calisma usul ve esaslari ve Kamu hizmetlerinin sunumunda uyulacak usul ve esaslar yonetmelikleri ve 2006/18 sayili Basbakanlik genelgesi, 12.
Also documented in Lloyd's interview, Bacerra explained, "Japan was a big influence, mainly the work that came out of the Arita factories, which is called Imari .
Japan was manufacturing overglaze enamels on their porcelains, and by the 16th century, their highly prized Imari ware from Arita was mass-produced.
Other options include Imari, a Japanese restaurant; Le Sauvage, offering curated cuts of meat with classic French sides; or Le Domain, which serves up a lighter choice of French cuisine.
And then to MAR the peaceful scene, An IMARI vase smashed the screen.
Onumuzdeki donemde NATO, muhtemelen Afganistan turu buyuk olcekli ulke imari gorevleri yerine, Libya harekati gibi dar kapsamli ve kisa sureli gorevlere yonelecege benzemektedir.
Inc was delivered at Imari Shipyard and Works of Namura Shipbuilding Co.
The formal living room and library feature reclaimed cypress-paneled walls, ceilings, and bookcases that accommodate volumes of leather books and Janet's large Imari collection.
Imari is notable because of its porcelain, which is the European collectors' name for Japanese porcelain wares made in the town of Arita.