This is a top quality Kinkozan signed Japanese cobalt-blue Satsuma Vase with two shields. The vase depicts four children surrounded with different staff and floral decorations, and a busy scene of about 17 people and 6 children on the outdoor market; a seascape and houses. The cobalt background is decorated with symbolic floral decorations and butterflies. It stands 3 3/4 inches tall and it is 3.2 inches in Diameter; the vase dates 19th century, Meiji, Japan.
This is a huge Japanese circa 1900 tripod fine Satsuma covered box finely decorated with a double shield on top of a lid. Shields depict aristocrats and children under sakura , and a landscape with a temple, houses and mountains. The sides of the Box have floral decorations and clouds; gilded feet depict leaves. The interior of the box has a scene of a finely painted lady with an umbrella and boys, and a background with bushes and flower blossoms; the children's heads and hats are different. Th...
This is a very interesting Japanese Satsuma SEIKOZAN Plate of a highest quality workmanship and a beautiful decoration. The plate is decorated with two shields. A smaller scroll depicts a scene with Japanese people and European foreigners (a man with a cane and a newspaper and a woman with European hat and an umbrella).There are ships and a seascape seen through the open window. The main scroll shows an old priest breaking a fight between two groups of men armed with sticks and samurai armor. T...
This is a big and important Japanese gosu blue Satsuma bowl with an original silver rim. The bowl has a decoration of two shishi playing among flowers and blossoms over interior and gorgeous symbolic decorations over moriage raised exterior edge and rimmed sides. The art work on the bowl is very rare! The Bowl dates 19th century, Edo, Japan. 10 3/4 inches in Diameter and 3.2 inches tall
This is a very fine Japanese gosu-blue Edo period first part 19th century Satsuma Bowl that is decorated with a scene of a fan over interior and fine symbolic floral decorations over interior and exterior. It is signed by MASANOGU. It measures 7 1/4 inches in Diameter by 3.2 inches tall
This is a big Japanese Edo Period (18th century) finely painted gosu-blue Satsuma Vase that is decorated with two shields with Ikebana baskets and eight shields with leaves and flowers. There are two bows on sides and other symbolic decorations on the neck and the bottom of the Vase. It stands 14 inches tall and 11 inches in Diameter.
This is an important Japanese Presentational KUTANI Vase on a pedestal and four feet. It is made with two gorgeous handles in a shape of symbolic heads ; the same heads are done over feet of the base of the Vase. The decorations are of extremely fine gold painting over traditional for Kutani red , black , and a light green background. There are two shields with Paradise birds over the front and a back and other decorations (please see the pictures). The Vase stands 12 1/4 inches tall and...
This is a top quality Japanese cobalt-blue KINKOZAN signed Satsuma Vase with two handles. The Vase is decorated with two main shields that depict landscapes,houses, tree blossoms , and finely hand-painted people. It stands 5 3/4 inches. It dates Meiji Period, 9th century, Japan
This is a fine example of Japanese Satsuma Vase with a beautiful decoration over the top and a neck and fine decorations with lots of gold dots imitating flowers, blossoms and leaves. The Vase is signed by the artist and has a seal. The measurements are 6 inches tall and 5.2 wide. It dates circa 1900 , Japan.
This is a museum quality Japanese white Satsuma Incense Burner with an okimono of a boy with a drum, seated on top of a sphere (as a lid). The Incense Burner has a tripod base with a sculptural dragon around it. An air release hole is inside the boy's mouth. The Incense Burner dates first part 19th century, EDO, Japan. The measurements are 8 3/4 inches tall and 4 inches in Diameter.
This is a very beautiful, partly reticulated and finely painted, Satsuma Vase made and signed by RYOZAN. Each reticulated side has differently shaped holes and each shield has the finest painted scenes depicting people, landscapes, trees, and houses. This magnificent vase dates 19th century, Meiji, Japan. It measures 8 inches tall and 5 inches in Diameter.
This is a high quality and very unusual Japanese Satsuma VASE with moriage raised flower blossoms and a butterfly, made and signed by SHIOZAN. The dimensions are 14.5 inches tall and 15.5 inches wide. It dates 19th century, Meiji, Japan.
This is a finely made, hand painted, artist signed Japanese Edo (first part 19th century) Gosu Blue Satsuma Teapot Satsuma detailed painting of flowering plants and a butterfly on one side and two pheasants and floral decorations on the opposite side. A neck, nose and a bottom of Teapot show symbolic decorations as well as the top of a lid. There is an air release hole next to the final of the Teapot.The dimensions are 4.5 inches tall, 5 3/4 inches wide.
A fine example of Edo Period (mid 19th century)Japanese Gosu blue Satsuma Vase, signed. The vase depicts flowering plant and butterflies. 13 inches tall , 8 1/2 inches wide.