Pair of gorgeous Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) Porcelain Vases with shark skin surface. The vases are decorated with 10 flying birds in various position, symbolic leaves, and decorations over tone-changing light-pink to light-blue color background. The vases are signed by Takeuchi Chubei. They are in excellent condition with no wear and no damages. 9 3/4" tall x 5 1/4" D.
Magnificent Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) blue and white unusually shaped Porcelain Vase decorated with 17 geese. The Vase is signed by Masakichi Kawamoto . It is in excellent condition with no wear and no damages. 8 1/2" D x 6 1/2" tall
Magnificent Japanese early Meiji Period (19th century) large Porcelain Plate. it is decorated with a big hawk in the center and 12 variously positioned hawks among clouds. The Plate is signed by Kanzan. The Plate is in excellent condition with no losses, no wear and no damages. 9 1/4" D x 1" tall
Japanese Meiji Period pair of magnificent Porcelain Hirado vases with basket-type decorations. These vases are much heavier and differently made than modern ones. They have fine light-blue and light-green decorations with Cherry blossoms and iron oxidation over the bottoms of the vases. There are a few fine glaze imperfections typical for an early kiln. 7" tall x 4 1/2" D each.
Very elegant Japanese Studio Porcelain blue and white Vase attributed to Makuzu Kozan. The Vase is decorated with underglazed painted cranes and symbolic flowers, and white sun and a tone-changing background on the neck. 9 1/2" tall x 6 1/2" D.
Japanese Edo Period late 18th - early 19th century HIRADO Okimono of lying Bull with some tiny glaze imperfections and edge lines on the back. It is a rare museum quality Okimono. 9 3/4" long x 5 1/4" deep x 4 1/4" tall.
Big Japanese Meiji Period (1900-1912)beautifully designed and finely decorated Satsuma Vase by Taizan Yohei IX signed and sealed on the bottom , with great settled colors and fine intriguing symbolic decorations. No losses, no wear. 15 3/4" tall x 10" D.
Japanese attributed to Chin Jukan XII 1870-1890 plain Satsuma Vase with a low relief over the neck and two handles with dragon heads. No losses. 13 1/2" tall x 5" D.
Elegant Japanese Meiji Period 19th century Satsuma Teapot. It features traditional for satsuma fine decorations and a festival of 5 boys on one panel and an Ikebana basket with flower arrangements on another panel. 6 3/4" tall x 8 1/4" wide.
Big rare to find flask-shaped Satsuma vase attributed to Chin Jukan XII. It features two big decorative panels with samurai, a table and scrolls. Another panel depicts a winter scene, a man and a girl at the bridge above a creek with Pine trees and mountains. Sides of the flask are finely decorated with symbolic decorations with slightly raised enameling. 11 1/2" tall x 7 1/2" x 3 1/2" deep.
Gorgeous Japanese Meiji Period Makuzu Kozan Porcelain Vase with a very elegant combination of low- relief wave-shaped white glaze pattern made over tone-changing light-green background, with light-purple to white flower blossoms with yellow centers. It is in excellent condition. The Vase is signed by Makuzu Kozan over the bottom. 7" tall x 5 3/8" D
Important museum quality one of a kind Japanese Edo Period very big Hirado Okimono of Daruma with a dragon around him. It is made with magnificent details over Daruma's hands, feet, and face. The workmanship over the dragon is also gorgeous. It is 21" tall x 12" wide x 10" deep
Japanese very fine large Meiji Period 19th Century Satsuma Okimono of a Man in a hat with a stump made by Chin Jukan with magnificent details over his face and feet; also beautiful raised decorations over obi and kimono. The base has floral and grass decorations. 12" tall x 8 1/4" wide x 6" deep.
Japanese Makuzu Kozan Porcelain Okimono of Gama Sennin with a frog on its shoulder and a pipe, with magnificent details over his face and fine decorations over the kimono. The Okimono is very heavy by weight (made from porcelain) and is mounted over the wooden base. 11 3/4" tall x 9" wide x 7 3/4" deep. It is a rare museum quality Okimono. The face, feet, a body and a hand of Gamma Sennin are decorated with iron oxidation to imitate skin color.
A three-dimensional Japanese Meiji Period Vase made by Makuzu Kozan with the same type of vases in the book of Makuzu Kozan works. The Vase is decorated with traditional Makuzu Kozan borders over the top and the bottom and relieved leaves and branches also finely decorated two birds between flower bushes and two flying birds over the top of the vase. The Vase has a Satsuma-like craquelure. It is 11 1/4" tall and 9" D.
Japanese magnificent large fine museum quality covered tripod Satsuma Koro. It has a fine large okimono of a seated man with a cup on top of a lid. It features 6 finely decorated panels, beast-shaped handles with rings and fine decorations throughout the panels. 9 1/4" wide x 12 1/4" tall.
Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) Studio Satsuma Vase attributed to Ito Tozan. The Vase depicts 11 mon-shaped raised- enamel floral decorations over a black enamel background, and butterflies made with the same technique on the vase's neck. Symbolic decorations are on the bottom of the vase. The upper rim is made with gilded Greek- keys decorations. 9 3/4" tall x 6 3/4" D.
Japanese late Edo (first part 19th century) one of a kind museum quality Hirado Okimono of Fish over waves. Fish and waves have iron oxidation, and blue and white enameling over the bottom of the base as well as eyes of fish. It is in original excellent condition with some bake cracks over the base. 10 1/4" tall x 8" wide x 5 3/4" deep.