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All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Porcelain : Pre 1910 item #1231562
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Nishiura Enji V (1856 to 1914)

Height: 4 inches

Width: 3 inches

Age: Meiji (1890 - 1910)

Mark: Underglaze Blue Nishiura

Condition: Excellent

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Porcelain : Pre 1920 item #1224803
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Mashimizu Zoroku II (1861 - 1936)

Mashimizu Zoroku II (born Jutaro) was the eldest son of Zoroku I. After studying ceramics in China and Korea, he assumed the name of Mashimizu Zoroku II in 1882. In 1884, he earned honorable mention at the Kyoto Exhibition and was awarded the gold medal at the Kofukuji Temple Exhibition. He opened a new kiln in Kyoto in 1917, and in 1926 he made a celadon koro for the Emperor Showa.


Height: 3.75 inches

All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Porcelain : Pre 1960 item #1224783
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Nakazato Suetaro (Yozan) (1897 - 1991)

Nakazato Suetaro was born in Sasebo, Mikawachi in 1897. During his long career, he garnered many awards, including being made Purveyor to the Imperial Household in 1928. Many of his works are exhibited in the Nagasaki Prefectural Art Museum.


Height: 9 inches

Width: 4.5 inches

Age: Showa (1930 - 1960)? *Please use your own experience for this one.

Mark: Intangible Cul...

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Porcelain : Pre 1910 item #1224300
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Meiji Hirado Fuji & Dragon Vase

Height: 3.25 inches

Width: 3.25 inches

Age: Late Meiji (1890 to 1910)

Mark: None

Condition: Excellent (There are a couple of small glaze skips.)


All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Porcelain : Pre 1940 item #1223725
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Makuzu Kozan II (Hanzan) (1859 - 1940)

Makuzu Kozan II, the adopted son of Makuzu Kozan I, was born Miyagawa Hannosuke. He was known for his blue and white Seto style wares, as well as his excellent Kyoto-style ink painting. Kozan I turned the family factory over to Hanzan in the 1880's and in 1917, one year after his fathers death, Hanzan took the name Makuzu Kozan II.

Height: 5.25 inches

Width: 5 inches

Lid: Jungin...

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Porcelain : Pre 1800 item #1222249
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Takahashi Dohachi I (Shofutei) (1740 - 1804)

The following text regarding Takahashi Dohachi I is from Captain Frank Brinkley's book, Japan: It's History Art & Literature, Vol. 8.

"The first Dohachi, a retainer of the Kame-yama fief in Ise, was born in 1740. His family name was Takahashi. He established himself at Awata in the Horeki era (1750 - 1763), and having studied the keramic art under Eisen of Kyo-mizu, began the manufacture of pottery. He was an ex...

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1218738
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Edo Period Momotaro (Peach Boy) Hirado Okimono

This beautiful example of Hirado is based on a Japanese folk tale of Momotaro (Peach Boy), a very brave boy who's mother found him in a peach by the shore while doing laundry. When he grew up, he decided to fight a band of oni for their treasure. Along the way, he met three friends, a dog, a monkey and a pheasant who agreed to help him. They were successful, and Momotaro gave credit to his good friends. The story highligh...

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1218679

Edo Period Celadon Shishi Okimono

Length: 6 inches

Height: 5.25 inches

Age: Edo Period (1st half of the 19th century)

Mark: None

Condition: Excellent


All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Porcelain : Pre 1800 item #1218647
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Edo Period Celadon Hirado Horse

A "rare" Hirado celadon (seiji) recumbent horse, extraordinary modelling, and a virtuosic example of the flawless green-glazed porcelain produced in the eighteenth century in northwestern Kyushu, Japan. Typically, the glaze was applied over a layer of white slip (liquid clay). This enhances the celadon color and exaggerates the sinuous curves in the horse's tail, legs, etc., that make the animal so intensely expressive. The gilt maki-e ...

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Earthenware : Pre 1920 item #1218099
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Satsuma Boy with Ball

Height: 2.375 inches

Width: 2 inches

Age: Late Meiji to Taisho (1910 to 1920)

Mark: None

Condition: Some wear to the overglaze enamels


All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Pre 1910 item #1217991
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Japanese Hirado Vase

Height: 11.5 inches

Width: 8.25 inches

Age: Late Meiji (1900 to 1910)

Mark: Hirado, Yusho (Hirado Yusho Kiln)

Condition: Excellent


All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Porcelain : Pre 1920 item #1213598
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Tominaga Genroku (1859 - 1920)

Tominaga Genroku was a talented potter who worked in Ureshino near Arita, Japan during the Meiji Era (1868 - 1912). His accomplishments include attaining a position as head of the Protection of Cultural Properties Commission, and winning third prize at the Fifth National Industrial Exposition in 1903.

Examples of his work are included in many highly regarded Japanese porcelain reference books along with such artists as Makuz...

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Porcelain : Pre 1920 item #1212602
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Tominaga Genroku (1859 - 1920)

Tominaga Genroku was a talented potter who worked in Ureshino near Arita, Japan during the Meiji Era (1868 - 1912). His accomplishments include attaining a position as head of the Protection of Cultural Properties Commission, and winning third prize at the Fifth National Industrial Exposition in 1903.

Examples of his work are included in many highly regarded Japanese porcelain reference books along with such artists as Makuz...

All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Porcelain : Pre 1940 item #1212600
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Makuzu Kozan II (Hanzan) (1859 - 1940)

Makuzu Kozan II, the adopted son of Makuzu Kozan I, was born Miyagawa Hannosuke. He was known for his blue and white Seto style wares, as well as his excellent Kyoto-style ink painting. Kozan I turned the family factory over to Hanzan in the 1880's and in 1917, one year after his fathers death, Hanzan took the name Makuzu Kozan II.

Diameter: 7.25 inches

Height: 3.75 inches

Age: Taisho to...

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Porcelain : Pre 1910 item #1212040

This beautiful Imari or Hirado, male, shishi lion has very nice relief decoration carved all over, and comes with a box. Please take a look at the close up images (7 & 8). I believe he is from the Meiji era, but please use your own expertise.

Height: 9 inches

Length x Width: 9 x 5.25 inches

Age: Meiji (1868 - 1912)

Mark: None

Condition: Excellent


All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1211270

Nishiura Enji V (1856 to 1914)

Height: 3.25 inches

Width: 2.5 inches

Age: Meiji (1885 - 1900)

Mark: Nishiura Enji

Condition: Excellent


All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1210412

Height: 5 inches

Width: 2.25 inches

Age: Meiji (1890 - 1905)

Mark: Takeuchi & Patent 2252515 (Patent for "Transparent Porcelain" held by Takeuchi Chiubei's porcelain factory, Shippo Kaisha, in Nagoya)

Condition: Very good with some gold missing from the top rim, and there is a very small application flaw in the sharkskin glaze at the bottom foot of the vase. (Image 1)


All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1210355
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Koransha

Ezaiemon Fukagawa became the head of the Fukagawa family's porcelain manufacturing business in 1856 and founded Koransha (Company of the Scented Orchid) in 1875.

Koransha won the Grand Prix in International Exhibition in the United States in 1876 as well as the Gold Medal in the Paris International Exhibit of 1878. These and other awards prompted the Japanese Imperial Household to order their porcelain from Koransha. This is the ultimate hono...