A beautiful boxed Japanese satsuma tea set consisting of teapot, sucrier, cream jug and 2 cups and saucer in a custom fitted pine box. Each piece is marked to the base with a two character red mark on a gilt ground.
Dating from the meiji period the teapot measures 2 7/8inches (7.3 cms) from the of spout and handle and a saucer measures 2 1/8inches (5.4 cmd) across.
There are chips to the teapot lid and one saucer. The set is in otherwise good condition.
A finely modelled porcelain figure of an immortal. Made at the Kutani kilns, it is decorated in subtle enamels and white slip bianco supra bianco. It weighs 1450gms.
Dating from c.1900, it stands 10 inches (25.3 cms) high.
There is some very minor wear to the high points on the slip. It is in very good condition.