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A Japanese Bizen pottery group figure, with typical glaze, depicting a seated man with boy figure over hi shoulder, 19 cm high

Japanese Mashiko stoneware platter of square form. Diameter 35 cm. together with a Mashiko pottery ash glazed jug by Kamiya Sahoichi and an ash glazed Bizen pottery bowl

Japanese Bizen pottery handled vase, with white, green and purple glaze splashes. Height 27.5 cm

Japanese Bizen vase, together with a bowl by Kayoto Sakakibara, boxed. Height 240

Asano Masaru, Japanese Mashiko pottery stoneware unomi, together with Kiyoto Sakakibara Bizen Ware chawan [tea bowl] and three additional unomi (5 items)

A Japanese Edo period Bizen stoneware jar, with poured glaze forming vertical bands around the circumference of the vase. Height 32 cm

A Japanese Bizen ware water dropper in the form of a hare, 19th century

A Japanese Bizen ware box and cover, Meiji period (1868-1912)

A Japanese Bizen pottery group of two shi-shi, Meiji period (1868-1912) 17 x 21 cm

A Japanese burnished stoneware Shi-shi (Buddhist lion), Meiji period, 1868/1912, Bizen kilns. 24.5 cm high. Provenance: Ex Jane Carnegie, 25th June 1982