Magnificent Japanese Meiji Period Porcelain Vase with a high relief decorations of leafage, flowers and a bird , signed by Makuzu Kozan. The details are very fine. Two birds are painted; a king-fisher is raised. The leaves, stews and flower blossoms are all raised and have natural look and colors. The upper and lower parts of the vase have symbolic stripe lines and ornaments. 14" tall x 8" D.
Japanese Meiji Period Studio Porcelain shell-shaped tripod Bowl made and signed by Kato Tamotaro. It is finely decorated with a sculptural crab on a side and a bird with persimmons, flowers and leaves. Some elements have iron oxidation as well as the back of the bowl. Feet are made in a shape of shells. The Bowl is signed by the artist. 9 3/8" x 8 1/2" x 2 3/4"
Japanese late Edo - early Meiji Period mid 19th century magnificent Satsuma lidded Jar with a silk clod-like design over the lid and upper part of the Jar, decorated with floral design. The center of the Jar depicts 12 Japanese year zodiac signs in mons - signs of a dragon, snake, horse, goat, monkey, rooster, dog, boar, rat, bull, tiger and a rabbit. The lower part of the Jar is decorated with various designs. 6 3/4" tall x 5 1/2" D.
Important Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) Hirado tripod covered blue and white finely decorated Bowl of an avoid shape, with iron oxidation on three stylized legs and a handle on a lid. The body of the bowl is finely decorated in traditional Hirado style with a scene of three paradise birds among clouds. The painting is very fine and detailed. The bowl has no damages and no losses. Serious collectors are welcome. 8" tall x 6 3/4" D.
Big important Japanese Meiji period tripod Satsuma Koro, signed by the artist. It has a sculpture of shishi on a lid and handles with leafage, flowers and plums design. The Koro is finely decorated with two big decorative scrolls on front and back, one scroll depicting a standing samurai with a sword and a woman, and another one with a walking samurai with a sword and a smaller samurai among clouds. The legs of the koro have low-relieved mystic heads...
Japanese Meiji Period (late 19th century) unusual pair of Porcelain Koransha vases , signed by the artist. The vases have a rare "upside down" shape - the bottom of each vase is wider than the top of the vase. This makes the vases very unusual...
Gorgeous Japanese Meiji Period late 19th century Studio Porcelain Vase made and signed by Suwa Kotei. The vase is decorated with very detailed under-glazed scene of grapes and leafage over light - green background. It has no damages. 7 1/4" tall x 6 1/4" D
Japanese Meiji Period Bronze basket Tray with cloisonné bottom. It is finely made in Kyoto style with gold wire and eight various scrolls with floral decorations over beige green background. The bottom of the tray is made with uneven blue green enameling. The tray has original hand patina and beautiful weaving. 11 3/4" x 9 1/2" x 1 3/4"
Rare Japanese Meiji Period important big Satsuma Okimono of a seated cat with a very fine symbolic decorated collar, signed. Shimazu cross and signature are on the back of the Okimono. 9" tall x 8 1/2" long 5 1/2" wide
Japanese 19th century Satsuma Okimono of an old woman with seated on a Bamboo pile. The woman is holding a tobacco pouch and a pipe in her hands. She is dressed in a beautiful colorful kimono and has a headscarf on her head. The okimono is very detailed, woman has an interesting face expression. It is attributed to Chin Jukan 7 3/4" long x 9" tall x 7" deep
Magnificent Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) cobalt-blue big Satsuma Vase with two big decorative shields of the finest quality. The vase depicts scenes with many people in fine raised gold kimonos in beautiful dynamic positions, and landscapes on the background. The vase is signed by the artist. The cobalt-blue background is finely decorated with fine gold symbolic decorations. 12 1/2" tall x 7" D.
Japanese Meiji Period wireless Cloisonné Vase in Namikawa Sosuke style with a fine scene of a wireless crane in water and a moon. The vase is of an oval shape with tone-changing wireless enamel. It is excellent condition with no losses. 7 1/4" tall x 3 1/2" x 3".
Important big Japanese Meiji Period Satsuma Okimono of a laying cat with a very fine collar. Shimazu cross and a signature of the artist are on the back of the Okimono. 13" long x 7 1/4" wide x 5 3/4" tall
Big Important Japanese Meiji Period 19C Porcelain Vase, signed by Makuzu Kozan. It is decorated with a scene of low-relief dragons and clouds over the neck of the vase and multiple panoramic scenes with various scenes with foxes and landscapes. Foxes are dressed in human clothes. There are symbolic decorated stripe lines over the top and the bottom of the vase. The vase is signed by Makuzu Kozan (seal) underneath the vase. The vase has no damages and no losses. 13 1/4" tall x 9" D.
Big Japanese Meiji Period pierced Satsuma Koro, made and signed by Ryozan. It is decorated with three panels over the double- pierced lid and three panels over the pierced body. The panels are finely painted with various landscapes with people. The lid has three fan-shaped relived scrolls...
Magnificent Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) Porcelain Okimono of woman picking Daruma's ear. Daruma holds his finger in his mouth and has a funny expression on his face. The woman's kimono and Daruma's robe are finely decorated;character's faces are very detailed. The okimono is in original condition with no damages and no losses. 8" tall x 9" long x 5 1/4" wide
Rare Japanese Edo Period (first part 19th century) Porcelain SHUNGA Okimono of a laying woman with her hand in a "funny" position. Please see the pictures. The Okimono is in original condition with no damages and no losses; there are a few original bake imperfections over the bottom only. Serious Shunga collectors welcome. 8 1/2" long x 4 3/4" tall 6 1/2" wide.
Japanese Edo Period late 18th - first part 19th century museum quality wood carved Okimono of shishi in magnificent dynamic position, signed by the artist. The Okimono is very detailed and has a high hand polishing and original brown patina. The interior of the jaw and tongue are painted with red enameling. The engraved signature is on the bottom of Shishi. It has a proper age patina, no damages. 12" long x 8" tall 6 3/4" deep.
Magnificent large Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) Satsuma covered Jar with amazing paintings on two big decorative scrolls. One scroll has three quails with flower decorations and another one depicts six cranes, three children, a bird cage and a tree with flower bushes on it. There is one bird inside the cage and another one below the boy. The background of the vase as well as the top and the bottom have gold decorations and light-green low-relieved scrolls...
Japanese Meiji Period late 19th Century bronze originally patinated okimono of a Rooster with shakudo and gold eyes and magnificent chisel work over the feathers. 10" tall x 6" long x 3 1/4" deep. It comes with a later made wooden base.
Rare Japanese Meiji Period unglazed white Pottery Okimono of a man on a bull with magnificent fine details, signed by Kinkozan (with a seal-mark). 7 1/2" long x 3 3/4" x 5 1/4".
Important Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) five-leaf shaped Satsuma Bowl with four main scrolls over the interior. The biggest scroll (heart-shaped) depicts a busy scene of four aristocrat women at the table with food, listening to shimuzen player, a man, two servants and two girls over the interior of the house, and a sea-scape with mountains, trees and bridge seen through the open window. The seven-leaf shaped scroll has two butterflies and blossomed bushes...
Japanese Meiji Period Satsuma Vase by Ito Tozan (an earlier mark). It is finely hand-painted and depicts 12 flying cranes among clouds. Clouds are painted with microscopic gold dots. There are fine decorations over the top and the bottom of the vase. It is 4 1/4" tall
Japanese Meiji Period double-gourd shaped low-relieved enamel Satsuma style vase with an earlier mark of Ito Tozan. The vase is finely decorated with multiple floral decorative shields and symbolic designs over the top. 4 1/4" tall x 2 3/4" D
Japanese late Edo - early Meiji Period mid 19th century magnificent blue and white six-sided Studio Porcelain vase, signed by Genroku. It is decorated with blue tone changing color with bamboo and leaf design. The vase has no damages and no losses. The signature of the artist is unglazed. 7 1/2" tall x 4 1/4" D.
Rare Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) Studio Porcelain Vase with an uneven chocolate color background glazing and gold painting. It is signed by a famous Gosuke Kato who was a manufacturing chief of Anji Nishiura III at Ichinokura at the beginning of the Meiji Era. There are red export marks next to the signature of the artist. The Vase depicts scene with magnificent detailed butterflies and floral decorations, there is a symbolic wide stripe over the upper part of the vase...
This is a top quality Japanese Edo (19th century)gosu-blue Satsuma Koro with shishi on a pierced lid, with beautifully shaped handles and feet,and Tokugawa family mons on the lid and upper part of the Koro. It has magnificent raised multiple floral decorations above main panels.They have complicated raised symbolic decorations including a scene of a rooster in bushes and floral decorations over fence and a seated bird. As a reference , you may check a similar Koro ( but less detailed) in one...
Gorgeous Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) pair of Studio Porcelain vases, attributed to Kawamoto Masakichi. The vases are decorated with scenes of two flying geese and four flying birds surrounded with leafage, trees, light color clouds and a light blue sky with the sun on the background. The details over birds and the rest of the painting are very fine. The upper and the lower part of the vases are also finely decorated. Both vases have no damages and no losses. Each vase is 12 1/2" tall ...
Japanese wood (zetan) lacquered Okimono of a woman dancer on her knee with her hands raised in a dance move. All parts are finely detailed and fine hand-carved , on a Tokyo School level. One piece of wood (zetan) and dancer's obi are magnificently decorated with maki-e and hiromaki-e golden silver lacquer works. All parts are original and are covered with original age patina. 6" tall x 3 7/8" wide x 3 1/4" deep.
Very fine Japanese Meiji Period Tokyo School Ivory Okimono of a dreaming painter. The painter leans against the table, next to hibachi, with various painting staff (on and around the table). There is a carved screen decorated with a scene of Raiden with drums and a landscape over the back of it. There are also two okimonos of funny oni in dynamic positions. One oni mixes paints with his right hand and holds a bowl in his left hand...
Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) silver wire & wireless brass rimmed Cloisonné Vase by Kumeno Teitaro with a low relieved (moriage) decoration of Morning Glories with magnificent tone-changing color enameling. The vase is in original condition with only some stress lines on the background of the vase. There are no chips, no losses of enamel, and no restorations. The signature of the artist is on the bottom. 6 1/4" tall
Magnificent Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) tone changing Porcelain Vase signed by Masukichi Kawamoto. It is decorated with blue and white color enamel with apple and flower blossoms with branches design over the tone changing light-blue to white color enamel background, imitating morning fog. The unglazed signature of the artist is on the bottom of the vase. 7 3/4" tall x 5" D.
Magnificent Japanese Taisho Period low-relieved jade color celadon Studio Vase signed by Miyanaga Tozan ( a seal-signature is on the bottom). The vase depicts a low-rleived floral decorations and leaves with symbolic decorations under green color celadon. 8 3/4" D x 8 1/4" tall
Magnificent Japanese Edo Period first part 19th century Hirado Okimono of Sennin with a frog on his shoulder and a pipe in his right hand. 7" long x 6 3/4" tall x 3 1/2" deep.
Top quality big Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) ivory and shibayama inlaid and wonderfully hand-painted fan, signed by the artist. The fan has indescribable impressive shibayama decorations, scenes of paradise birds, people under rain (some under umbrellas) and various floral decorations, The signature of the artist is located on left side of the painting with people. The handles have low relived shibayama with berries, leaves, flies and butterflies on them...
Magnificent Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) Porcelain tripod Incense Burner (Koro) with an original pierced silver lid and tone changing flower blossoms and leaf design. The Koro is signed by Makuzu KOZAN. It has no damages and no chips. 3 5/8" tall x 3 1/2" D.