A Satsuma baluster vase, early Showa period, circa 1930s, with a carinate collar and short waisted neck, decorated with three female figures engaged in a narrative beneath weeping trees, in moriage enamels and bright gilt, enamel borders and trims, shimazu
A Japanese Kutani shallow bowl, painted on crackle earthenware, marks to base, early 20th century, bands of fine decoration from the rim to centre, figures painted in a circle, a square & rectangle, diameter 18.5 cm
Pair of Japanese Imperial Satsuma Thousand Flower vases, reign marks to base, 21 cm high, provenance: the Japanese government presented these vases to General McArthur who gave them to the Australian Colonel Mullely, who was his Chief of Staff, in apprecia
Two Oriental porcelain plates and a charger, 20th century, two famille rose plates in the Cantonese manner centred with figures in traditional landscape settings and coloured borders with fruits, flowers and bird roundels, and a fine Kutani charger with fo
A pair of Japanese early 20th century Satsuma vases, finely painted and gilded with scenes of geisha within a coastal village setting, wisteria highlights, two gilt character marks on black tablet painted to base. Height 22 cm
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
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