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Hiroe Swen vase, slip cast ceramic with bird motif, Japanese / Australian, 20 cm high, 27 cm wide, 15 cm deep

A pair of Japanese blue and white square vases with covers, 18th-19th century, 30.5 cm high

19th century milk glass mantel vase with fine Japanese decoration

Japanese ceramic vase. Blue glazed. Embossed dragon decoration. Marked to base.

A fine pair of Japanese floor vases, Taisho period, signed Komura, possibly early Noritake Ware, profusely painted with cartouche of birds and blossoms in pale blue and grey on a geometric patterned ground, marked to base, 78 cm high (2)

A pair of Japanese Arita dishes, late 18th century, each with landscape scene and geometric border, well potted on straight foot with shaped rim, diameter 15 cm

A Japanese Arita dish, late 17th century, underglaze blue floral scene to interior, continuous sweet pea design to exterior, six character underglaze blue mark and ring to base, finely potted with gadrooned rim, 21 cm diameter

A Japanese bronze vase, late Meiji period, with dragon form handles, birds and blossom in low relief, 31 cm high

A Japanese Studio twin-handled globular vase, Mon to base, 20th century, the handles protrude from the body of the vase in a wave shape. Height 17 cm

A Japanese hexagonal shaped porcelain teapot, 20th century, with shaped metal handle, painted with a long tailed phoenix sitting in a cherry blossom tree, condition: small hairline crack, height 22 cm

A Japanese Jimbari Studio vase, a Pigeon red ground decorated with Magnolia, Taisho period, an Ando Jubei mon on the silver metal base rim. Height 22 cm

A Japanese Meiji period Sumida Gawa thick glazed tobacco jar, designed as an old man in Daruma style pose, the lid surmounted with a young boy (karako). Ryosai family seal mark

Japanese vase, signed to the base

A Japanese Arita blue and white dish, Meiji period, painted and moulded with stylised lotus sides, the centre with auspicious symbols, diameter 20 cm

A large Japanese Arita blue and white bowl, Meiji period, painted to the centre with a peony spray, the rim with alternating scrolling lotus and blue wavy bands, diameter 33 cm

A large Japanese Arita blue and white dish, 19th century, painted in Kraak style with a Shishi lion and cub to the centre, surrounded by panels of insects and flowers, diameter 30 cm

A large Japanese Arita blue and white dish, 19th century, decorated in Kraak style with long tailed birds amongst peony, surrounded by panels with other flowers and auspicious symbols, diameter 31 cm

A large Japanese Arita blue and white dish, Edo period, decorated in Kraak style, the centre with pomegranate and peony sprays issuing from a vase, the rim with alternating panels of peony, pomegranate, kiku and other flowers, diameter 42 cm

A large Japanese Arita blue and white dish, Edo period, decorated in Kraak style with pomegranate and finger citron branches to the centre surrounded by panels of peonies and auspicious symbols, diameter 42 cm

Large Japanese blue and white plate and bowl, both width 29 cm approx

A Japanese Showa period tsubo tea storage of globular form with five lugs and blue white and yellow treacly coloured glaze, 38 cm high.

A pair of impressive Japanese, Meiji period, circa 1890, blue and white hand blown pots, with painted peonies and a shaped lattice border, 93 cm high.

A Japanese porcelain seven piece hors d'oeuvres set, circa 1830, iron red, cobalt blue, enameled green and gold decoration of 'Pronk' ship design in reserves in elaborate broad-scale trellis with floral reserves and European figures, six shaped

Two Japanese Indigo blue Noren fabric door flaps, each with mons & auspicious symbols, Meiji period [1868-1912], one with a vertical split from bottom to nearly the top, a red knot, in shades of blue, the other four panel noren with the splits hand sti

A large Japanese plate in Hues of blue, Meiji period, [1868-1912], with a print design of clumped stylized flowers & leaves, D 41 cm

A Japanese Sumida pottery vase, Meiji period, circa 1900. the ovoid pot with a broad neck and lug handles, with animated applied figures to the red unglazed cartouches, with mottled black blue and cream glaze to the upper body and sides; apparently unmarke

Chinese famille rose butterfly vase, decorated with a variety of colourful butterflies, with Guangxu six-character iron-red mark to base, height 39 cm, labels: accompanied by receipt from Tong Ji Arcade, in Harbin, china, 4th year of the Japanese Occupatio

Edo Japanese ceramic dark treacle glaze bowl, David Ho collection sticker to base, measures 10.5 cm high

A Japanese Studio Pottery vase of cube shape, decorated with gestural foliage in the manner of Kanjiro Kawai in panels on a tenmoku ground. Height 16 cm

World War II Japanese Surrender at Wewak, display with 8 original photographs mounted with details of Major General Horace Robertson & General Hatazo Adachi, framed & glazed, overall 5 7x 47 cm,

A Japanese bottle vase with a crackle celadon glaze & gilt rim, the bulbous body below an elegant long neck. Height 17.5 cm

Japanese ovoid shaped stoneware Hibachi, mid 20th century, celadon ground with underglaze blue decoration of double gourds each with a brocade pattern & tied with a cord. Height 25 cm

A Japanese cloisonne enamel silver rim vase, Showa period, decorated with plum blossoms against a red ground, signed 'Japan' and 'M' mark to the base. Height 18 cm

A pair of large Japanese porcelain chargers, circular with scalloped rims, decorated in enamels with panels of exotic birds, flowers and large floral diaper pattern. Diameter 46 cm

A pair of Siamese cat novelty salt and pepper shaker set, Japanese ceramic. C.1960's. Height 25 cm

Three Japanese ceramic Foxes (Kitsume), [3], these figures were left as offerings at the Fushimi Inari Taisha shrine of Inari, located in old Kyoto. Meiji period, foxes are regarded as messengers for spirits or phenomena that are worshiped in the religion

Two Japanese ceramic Noah masks, [2], one of a naturalistic looking face, another of unusual distorted form. Provenance: Todd Barlin collection. 26 x 18 cm, 19 x 16 cm

A Japanese porcelain fish plate, in the form of a snapper fish, finely painted in blue, red, white & gold designs. Provenance: Todd Barlin collection. 35 x 26 cm

A Japanese Shigaraki vase, with fantastic drip glaze & good atmosphere, with artist mark & original signed wood storage box. Provenance: Todd Barlin collection. Height 31.5 cm

A Japanese porcelain vase, mid to later 20th century, the slender baluster vase decorated with white cranes upon a cobalt ground; with mark similar to Fukagawa, pictorial mark of Mt Fuji with stream and characters. Height 28 cm.