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Yabu Meizan lidded landscape vase surrounded by a lakeside village scene, six wisteria panels & a crysanthenum adorned lid. Signature panel to the base. Condition good to fair, chip to the lid. Height 13.8 cm

Yabu Meizan miniature vase painted with gilt highlights & a single butterfly dancing around a rose bush. Signed to the base. Condition good, minor age related wear. Height 10 cm

Satsuma vase painted in a multitude of colour which is standard for the satsuma golden period, having thirteen miniature painted panels. The first panel has three seated figures with male standing, each figure having gilded work with red, blue, green ename

A Japanese Satsuma jar, Meiji period (1868-1912), well decorated in soft enamels, a raised wired enamel with swallows and flowering chrysanthemums brushes, a stylized band decorated below the neck, signed two characters gilt mark 'Meizan'. 15 cm high . Pro

A fine Japanese Satsuma painted Yabu Meizan dish of octagonal form with painted scene of women and children playing in a lake landscape with mountains. Signed. Width 21 cm

Superb Japanese Satsuma lidded koro (censer), signed Yabu Meizan, Meiji period (1868-1912), the body very finely enamelled and gilt with eight panels of birds, figures and sea landscapes, the lid with ‘the thousand flowers’ design. Width 12.5 cm

Large late Meiji/Taisho (1868-1926), Japanese Satsuma vase in the manner of Yabu Meizan, decorated with figural and landscape panels, Satsuma mark to the base. Height 46.5 cm

A Japanese Satsuma tea jar and cover, Meiji period (1869-1912) with a mille fleur design with original interior lid, a black and gold band above the foot rim, four character gilt mark of Yabu Meizan within a double square to the base, 11.5 cm high

A fine quality Satsuma bowl signed Yabu Meizan (1853-1934), the body of the bowl exhibits a very fine crackle and white faience. Decoration is overglaze enamelling and gilding of superior quality and features a long and detailed sankinkotai procession with

A fine quality Satsuma tea pot, Meiji period signed Hankinzando, Meiji period, late 19th century a flat shape teapot with fine painting in cartouche of aristocratic household practising tea amongst a body of chrysanthemum and peonies. Diameter 9.5 cm. Note

Signed ivory netsuke of a lotus flower pod with moving seeds and a head emerging. Gold tag 'Meizan' and box