Japanese Early 20th Century Makuzu Kozan porcelain bird on rock with flowing water. The white bird of prey is done beautifully with great realism, with feathers, face and talons done in fine detail. Stamped MAKUZU on bottom. There is an expertly done restoration done to the very tips of the wing feathers. The figurine measures 8" tall and 7" wide and 5" deep.
Japanse Early 20th Century Makuzu Kozan yellow glaze vase with blue bamboo design. Signed MAKUZU KOZAN SAKU on bottom. The vase comes with storage box. The vase measures 9 1/2" tall and 5 1/2" diameter.
Japanese Early 20th Century MAKUZU KOZAN porcelain vase. The design is of peonies and birds. The leaves, blue branches, gray blossoms are done in underglaze colors and the birds, gray branches and orange blossoms are done in overglaze enamels. Signed MAKUZU KOZAN SAKU. No box. The vase measures 11" tall and 8" in diameter.
Japanese Meiji Period Satsuma tray by Kinkozan. Beautifully made with wonderful detail. Two framed pictures within a blue with gold bamboo background. One picture is of flowers and birds and the other picture is of a group of people. The tray measures " in diameter and is 2" deep.
Beautiful Japanese studio porcelain vase. Made and signed by artist, Makuzu Kozan SAKU. The design is of Hibuscus, with the branches and leaves done in underglaze blue and the blossoms done in gray with yellow centers. The vase stand 9 3/4" tall with a diameter of 5".
A wonderful early 20th Japanese Imari charger. The charger has the design of NAMBAN, a theme with "Black Ships" with foreigners in period attire and their ships done in polychrome enamels. The charger measures 9 1/2" in diameter and 1" in depth.