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 Meiji period Satsuma pottery vase, of tall tapered baluster form. Well decorated with a scene of court figures in a tree and mountain landscpae. Brocade borders. Signed Rhyozan. Height 30 cm
Large Satsuma vase, Meiji period, with applied shishi head handles, profusely decorated with floral decoration and two centre panels depicting a samurai defeating a mythical beast on one side and a man on a raft on the reverse, signed Gyokuzan, height 52 c
A signed Satsuma vase and four Satsuma hat pins, two signed, Showa period, circa 1950, with period mark for Koshida (vase), the vase with a slender neck flaring to a compressed base, decorated with pink blossoms, a pavilion and landscape scene, with a chev
A Japanese ceramic vase, gourd shaped, signed Kutani Akiyoshi, Showa period, ribbed double gourd shaped vase in overall overglaze enamels of plum blossoms. Signed Kutani Akiyoshi, 38 cm high. Provenance: the collection of a Curator & Collector, New Sou
A Japanese vase, signed Satsuma Kasen, 20th century, ovoid shape with charming design of cranes, chrysanthemums and maple leaves in polychrome enamels on a white base, 30.5 cm high. Provenance: the collection of a Curator & Collector, New South Wales
A large Japanese Satsuma bowl, Meiji period (1868-1912), with floral rim, decorated with immortals inside and outside, Tokozan mark to the base, 31 cm diameter, 13.9 cm high. Provenance: An old private NSW collection
Meiji Satsuma four sided vase on a cobalt blue ground with gilt floral & geometric detail, each side hand painted with fine detail, having three panels of geisha & one of a Japanese landscape scene, signed to the base. Height 15.5 cm
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
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