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An impressive Japanese gilt and enamel floor vase signed Arita-Yaki, 20th century, of baluster shape, the central cartouche theme of Botan-shishi or peony and Shishi (Foo dog), a traditional decorative theme in Japanese Art seen as symbolic of nobility and

Japanese 18th century porcelain teapot, of spherical form, with fluted cover, decorated with sprays of flowers, in tones of orange and gilt

Large Japanese porcelain wall mounted charger, diameter 47 cm

Japanese 18th century blue and white plate in the Chinese manner

Japanese porcelain water dropper in the form of a dog

Kenkichi Tomimoto-attributed Japanese studio pottery bottle-form vase, the mildly tapered square section body with blue and red diagonal stripes to the off-white glazed body, tenmoku glaze to the square top. Height 24.5 cm

Early Japanese figural decorated vase, character marks to base, height 23 cm (restoration to top rim)

A pair of Kakiemon bowls, early 18th century, each of deeply lobed form, moulded with spiral ribs and painted in blue and turquoise enamels, iron-red and gilding with black outlines, depicting butterflies and sprays of flowers, the interior with a single c

A Meiji period Japanese painted pottery Hotei figure, standing with protruding stomach and smiling expression, height 23 cm

Large decorative Japanese ballaster vase, with Crane bird and floral decoration, signed and seal to middle, on carved timber base,height 188 cm

Japanese porcelain ladies head snuff bottle, with green stone top, height 8.5 cm

A large Japanese sectional bone carving of a fisherman, he stands wearing patterned robes, his fishing pole raised above his head held in his right hand, a carp held in his left hand; raised upon a cylindrical 'trunk' section stand. In black lacque

Japanese celadon crackle glaze pair of vases painted with a cherry blossom tree, to one side with a playful goat & stalk to the other. Condition: good, minor wear to the base, height 33.5 cm

Japanese Meiji period bowl with lid, with blue and white base and multi coloured lid, 26 cm diameter, 16 cm high

Japanese pierced vase, decorated with irises, 30 cm high

A Japanese contemporary ceramic, Kenji Uranishi, 'Inner circle', 2013, pierced porcelain with celadon glaze, signature to base, 14 x 18 x 18 cm. Provenance: the collection of a Curator & Collector, New South Wales. Other notes: Kenji Uranishi i

A Japanese contemporary vase with blossom design, signed, Showa period, with black tone on tone plum blossom design, with signed accompanying Tomobako (presentation box), 24 cm high. Provenance: the collection of a Curator & Collector, New South Wales

A set of 10 Japanese Oribe Ware food bowls, 19th century, all with featuring a bold green drip glaze on stoneware body, with signed accompanying presentation box, each 7.5 cm high. Provenance: the collection of a Curator & Collector, New South Wales

A large pair of Japanese double gourd vases, 20th century, of classic double gourd shaped, the large pair depicting traditional design of fish amongst waves, each 85 cm high. Provenance: the collection of a Curator & Collector, New South Wales. Other n

A Japanese baluster shaped vase, phoenix & peony design, signed, 20th century, large and impressive Sometsuke (underglaze) blue and white vase with bold design of phoenix and peony flowers, 53 cm high, together with a pair of Japanese chargers, fluted

An impressive Japanese blue & white charger, Jinemon, late 20th century, the main design of a dynamic hawk atop pine branch with lapettes of peonies and traditional wave design. Signed Jinemon Tsukuri - made by Jinemon, diameter 94 cm. Provenance: the

An impressive Japanese gilt and enamel floor vase, 20th century, signed Arita-Yaki, of baluster shape, the central cartouche theme of Botan-shishi or peony and Shishi (Foo dog), a traditional decorative theme in Japanese Art seen as symbolic of nobility an

A Kinkozan Studio vase, ovoid in form, with two opposing scenes, one of three geishas the other of a spring scene, a painted and impressed signature to base, 22 cm high

A Japanese Matcha tea bowl, red Shino with white cape glaze, Studio Pottery, mid 20th century, the tea masters found beauty in rustic and unrefined, natural or imperfect forms, height diameter 12 cm

A large Japanese porcelain dish, Quail eating Millet, Studio mark to base. Provenance: Japanese Exhibition on the north Shore, diameter 31 cm

A large studio Japanese porcelain vase by Shofu Katei III, Meiji to early Taisho period, circa 1900-1920, finely depicting hydrangea on the exterior, 36.5 cm high. Provenance: A private Melbourne collection

A rare Japanese studio porcelain vase by Fukagawa, Showa Period, 20th century, finely painted with koi fish in a pond fighting over food, under glazed blue signature to the base, 31.5 cm high. Provenance: A private Melbourne collection

Japanese ceramic jar and cover, in the formn of a basket, set with afigural finial, the body decorated with insects and flowers, height 16 cm

Pair of Japanese porcelain bottle vases, of facetted form, with waisted shaped necks, decorated with panels displaying mythical creatures, carp, dragons and figures, in strong tones of red, blue and gilt,a/f, height 20.5 cm, 18.5 cm

A Japanese blue and white charger decorated with exotic birds on a floral ground, 19th century, 39 cm diameter

A pair of Japanese Arita porcelain fish sauce boats, both with blue underglaze painted decoration. Length 13 cm.

Large Ikebana Vase, Japanese Studio Pottery School, Showa Period, footed vase of rectangular shape, dark grey and green glaze with incised decoration, artist's stamp impressed to underside, height 37.5 cm, length 39 cm. Provenance: Collection of the La

Ikebana Vase, Japanese Studio Pottery School, Showa Period, of abstract form with black glaze, artist's stamp impressed to underside (A/F), height 36 cm. Provenance: Collection of the Late Norman Sparnon OAM. Private Collection, Sydney

Three Ikebana Vases, Japanese Studio Pottery School, Showa Period, stoneware and porcelain, cream, beige and blush ivory glaze, artist's stamps impressed to undersides (3), height 41 cm, 39 cm. Provenance: Collection of the Late Norman Sparnon OAM. Pri

Large Ikebana Vase, Japanese Studio Pottery School, Showa Period, hand built vase of abstract form, cream glaze, artist's stamp impressed to underside, height 33.5 cm, length 45 cm. Provenance: Collection of the Late Norman Sparnon OAM. Private Collect

Large Ikebana Vase, Japanese Studio Pottery School, Showa Period, woodfired stoneware,of organic shape, brown glaze, artist's seal impressed to side (A/F), height 39 cm, length 47 cm. Provenance: Collection of the Late Norman Sparnon OAM. Private Colle

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