Antique Japanese export porcelain from the 1700s and 1800s is still extremely collectible. The Imari palette that we are most familiar with consists of blues, and reds, and gold decoration. It is called Imari after the port from which it ws shipped.
In the early 1700s, the Chinese started making imitations of Japanese Imari in the traditional Imari colors. Although technically imitations, these are now antiques in their own right and collectible as such.
Imari plates and chargers from the 1800s, although not abundant, can still be found. We at Antiques On The Square are still able to find Imari in Europe and bring it to you.