rare highly collectible Japanese Meiji Period Sumida Gawa Okimono of two Judo (karate) fighters, signed by Ryosai. One man is on the ground and another one has his hand up ready for a punch. Hands and legs are made with unglazed porcelain with iron oxidation, immitating skin color. The okimonos of fighters have unglazed various color of enameling. It has no damages and no losses. 9 1/2" tall x 6 1/2" wide x 5" deep.
Fine Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) blue and white unusually shaped Hirado Vase with two sculptural dragons. The Vase has an unusually shaped opening and a finely under-glazed painted landscape with mountains and trees over the bottom part of the vase, and blue symbolic decorations over the bottom of the vase. 12" tall x 6 1/4" D.
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 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.
Japanese Meiji Period 19th century Imari Okimono of a Boy with a Drum in a very colorful kimono and with very fine details over boy's face and hands. The same type Okimono is listed in a book Figural Japanese Export Ceramics by N. Schiffer (2002). 9 1/2" tall x 4 3/4" wide x 4 1/2" deep.
Japanese Meiji Period 19th century Imari Okimono of a Boy with a Drum in a very colorful kimono. It is very detailed , especially boy's face and hands. The same type Okimono is listed in a book Figural Japanese Export Ceramics by N. Schiffer (2002). It is 9 1/4" tall x 5 1/4" wide x 4 1/4" deep.
Japanese top quality Meiji Period diamond-shaped finely painted Satsuma Vase featuring four big decorative shields on each side. There are scenes of aristocrats and children, floral and symbolic decorations over top of the vase and fine symbolic decorations over the neck of the vase. It is signed of Kozan in two places - on the neck and underneath the vase. It has no damages and no losses. 4 3/4" tall x 3" D
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Japanese museum quality pierced oval lidded Porcelain box on four legs made and signed by Kanzan Deichichi. It is decorated with a scene of symbolic mons with fine gilding. The sides of the box are pierced. Please see pictures. 7 1/2" wide x 6 1/2" deep x 4 3/4" tall.