An unusual Satsuma earthenware vase by Kinkozan, Meiji period, covered over the shoulders and upper body with a shaded blue glaze falling unevenly over the amber glazed ground, and gilt with doves in flight among speckled clouds, the neck and shoulders wit
A Japanese 19th century Kutani porcelain four piece teaset c. 1890, comprising all European cup and saucer, together with a small Japanese lidded pot and teabowl, all painted with Lohan pattern (marked)
A Satsuma earthenware cabinet bowl, circular lobed shape, the interior decorated in fine gilt and enamels with birds amongst blossom in a river landscape, the exterior with prunus blossom and flowers on a blue ground. Calligraphic inscription and signature
A Japanese Meiji period Satsuma vase, baluster form, three panels finely decorated with multiple figures, cobalt blue ground, elaborate gilt enrichments, black tablet mark to base with gilt calligraphy and mon. Height 21.5 cm
A large signed Satsuma vase, Meiji period, late 19th century, a baluster earthenware vase with a trumpet neck and petal form rim, with applied flying leaf and tassel handles, profusely decorated to two cartouches with dragon and phoenix in moriage enamels,
A Japanese Meizan Satsuma tea bowl, Meiji period (1868-1912), finely decorated on the inside with Kannon riding a giant carp, below a chain of geometric brocade motifs, the outside with alternate cartouche of figures, birds and stylized motifs, Meizan gilt
A Japanese Kinkozan hexagonal Satsuma vase, Meiji period (1868-1912), decorated with two large panels of birds and flowers, reversed against a gilt decorated midnight blue ground, Kinkozan mark, 29.8 cm high
Japanese Kutani vase painted with orange flowers & a traditional Japanese lakeside scene, having a flared rim & of ovoid pumpkin shape. Signed to the base with a six character signature. Height 40.2 cm
Ten Kutani porcelain rectangular shaped dishes, with Kutani mark to base, mid 20th century, painted with cartouche within a patterned border, traditional Japanese for food or condiments dishes . Provenance: The collection of a retired airline executive
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