A signed Satsuma cup and saucer, Meiji period, 1865-1912, with two character mark of probably Kozan, a floral embellished cup and saucer with delicate gold tracery and gold and black borders, the cup interior and saucer roundel decorated with myriad butte
Five Japanese fine Kutani shallow bowls, Kutani mark to base, each painted with a brocade design, ginkgo leaves, a symbol of Tokyo and chrysanthemums an emblem of the Japanese Imperial Family . Diameter 17.5 cm
Japanese Satsuma pottery shell form bowl, probably Meiji Period (1868-1912), 'Sea Life' encrusted exterior, interior decorated with figures in a mountainous landscape, 36 cm wide, 28 cm deep, 9.5 cm high
A Kinkozan satsuma beaker vase, Meiji Period (1868-1912), decorated with ladies and children in the landscape, impressed seal to base, together with a small ovoid satsuma vase with genre scene, gilt seal mark, 30 cm high
Satsuma lotus shaped bowl painted with a pheasant under a cherry blossom tree to the bowl & cherry blossoms to the exterior. the rim & foot painted in red with gilt geometric & rope twist highlights. Signed to the base. Condition: good, expecte
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