Magnificent Japanese Meiji period 19th century Satsuma Flask. It is attributed to Kinkozan. It has two scenes on front and on a back, both decorated with beautiful ornaments and various floral decoration with raised relieved white enamel flowers. The sides and a neck of the vase are also covered with fine decorations. A foot of the Flask has fine floral decorations as well.
A signature of an artist was probably worn off as vases with such detailed workmanship were usually signed.
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This is a magnificent Japanese Edo Period mid 19th century Satsuma style Vase attributed to Jinjukan. The Vase is finely made with a beautiful hand-painting and enamel work . The Vase depicts five immortals, shishi , a table with an incense burner, two vases with Ikebana (one vase has kanji writing on it). The upper and a lower part of the vases have symbolized enamel decorations.
The Vase measures 10" tall x 6 1/2" D.
This is a fine Japanese 19 Century tripod Satsuma Incense Burner of an unusual beautiful shape with a beautiful design, with a pierced lid and two handles in a shape of beasts.
The Koro is decorated with multiple Tokugawa family mons on the cover and the Kogo's body; there are two big scrolls with a seated man and a woman over interior of the houses and two smaller scrolls , one with a river, houses and mountains, and another one with floral decorations.
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This is a magnificent Japanese 19th century pair of Satsuma Vase signed by Ito Tozan .
The vases have unusual shaped handles with rings, symbolic decorations on their necks, and fine enamel decorations with butterflies and birds.
12" tall each x 6" D.
This is a Japanese Meiji Period (19th century) fine Satsuma Vase. It is decorated with two big panels - one with two ladies and children and another one with a man with children. There are two pigeons under flower bushes with leaves and blossoms. The top , the bottom, and the sides between the panels of the vase have gold decorations . The Vase also has fine gold decorations on the edge of the interior of the mouth of the vase and over the edge of the bottom. The vase is signed by the artist.
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This is a big and beautiful Japanese unusually shaped cobalt blue Satsuma Vase decorated with very finely painted raised gold shields. There are samurai, a landsacpe with a tree and a moon on one shield, a group of dancing men, a woman with a landscape with trees, and a moon on a second pannel; and two men , a landscape and trees are on the third shield. The fourth shield has aristocrats in beautiful clothes and a servant holding a woman's umbrella. The cobalt-blue is finely decorated with ...click for details
This is a very rare Japanese Satsuma Vase with two handles in a shape of shishi heads. It has fine symbolic decorations to the top and gorgeous painting of sea-crabs of various size: some of them carry leaves and flowers , and some carry big fruits. The subject is rare and desirable.
It dates 19th century, Meiji, Japan and stands 10 ¼” tall x 7” D.
This is a very rare unusually shaped pair of deep narrow Japanese Satsuma Vases made and signed by KINKOZAN . They have garlic-shaped necks and very long narrow bodies and wide bases. The vases are finely decorated with scenes of landscape, river-scapes, flower blossoms, and ducks in the water.
The vases date 19th century, Meiji , Japan and measure 8 1/8" tall x 3" in Diameter each.
Japanese Sumida Gawa Ewer with a very desirable subject of a low relief of Ibitsu on a big carp with wonderful details. The Ewer has a light-beige- green color enameling over its body and the handle, and brown- green- blue uneven enamel over the interior.
This Sumida Gawa vase is in excellent condition with no losses, damages, or cracks.
It dates 19th century, Meiji, Japan, and measures 11 1/4" tall x 7" D.