Japanese Meiji Period(1868-1912) big Studio Stoneware Satsuma style Vase made and signed by Tozan Yohei IX. It has uneven pastel green background with asymmetrical lines and ornaments. It is decorated with five panels...
Museum quality Japanese Edo Period late 18-early 19th century Bizen stoneware okimono of a laying cat with magnificent details over its body and fur. This okimono is very detailed. The okimono has a dark-brown patina and looks like it is made from bronze. There is an inlaid seal of the maker on the side of cat's tail. 11 1/4" long 7 3/4" wide and 6 1/2" tall
Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) signed Sumida Gawa Vase with an uneven enamel with a decorative relief of a white flower blossom with leaves. The flower is life-like. The background of the vase is made with brown uneven enameling with red enamel leaks. The vase is signed by the artist. 5” tall x 3” D.
Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) Stoneware Tea-ceremony vase, made and signed by Makuzu Kozan. The signature-seal of M. Kozan is on the bottom of the vase. It is 6 1/2" tall x 4 3/4" D.
Japanese Meiji Period glazed stoneware big vase , decorated with a low relief of three rats caring a turnip and two rats with a beet. The top of the vase has symbolic decoration of yellow, blue , green, gray and brown enameling. The bottom of the vase has red spots of iron oxidation. The vase is signed by the artist. The vase is in excellent original condition. 12" tall x 7 1/2" D
Gorgeous Japanese Meiji Period (19th century) low-relieved flask-shaped Vase by Taizan with chocolate -brown and burgundy brown background and symbolic low-relieved raised dragons and other symbolic decorations on sides of the vase. The top and the bottom of the vase has also symbolic decorations. The vase is signed. 6 1/2" tall x 4 1/2" D
Tall Japanese Taisho Period (1912-1924) stoneware egg-shell cracked white enamel background and unglazed floral decorations Vase with an unglazed neck. 17 3/4"tall x 7 1/2"D
Japanese Meiji Period Stoneware Bizen style Teapot in a shape of an elephant with a lizard as a finial on top of a lid. It has beautiful fine enameling of almost black to light-brown yellow colors. It has a wonderful character and a great age to it. 7" long x 5 1/4" tall x 4 1/2" wide
Gorgeous Japanese Meiji Period(1868-1912) Sumida Gawa partly glazed persimmon-shaped Teapot with finely detailed three monkeys; the lid and a nose are in a shape of leaves. It has an original handle. The Teapot has no losses or damages. 6 1/2" D x 4 1/2" tall (handle down) and 6 1/2" tall (with a handle up)
Japanese Taisho Period (1916-1925) Makuzu Kozan II (Hanzan) signed pagoda- shaped very light-blue (almost white) Celadon lidded Jar with an underglazed raised kanji writing over the center. It has an excellent glazing with no imperfections. It has a seal- mark of the artist. It is pretty heavy by weight. The Jar is in excellent condition with no damages.
This is a magnificent Palace size Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) Ko-Kutani Vase with two handles in a shape of foo-dogs.The vase has beautiful hand-painted decorations with partly gilded elements, and wonderful round panoramic scrolls with a temple, houses, people, a boat, a bridge , a river and tree with mountains. It has a Kutani green silk mark on the bottom . There are a few original under-glazed "bake" short hairlines on the edge (which are typical for heavy vase like this one)...
This is a magnificent Japanese circa 1900 Celadon Vase with a scene of under-glazed painted moriage Shishi with a ball of a dull blue, pink and yellow colors. The Vase is signed by an artist. An edge of the glazing on the bottom of the vase shows an iron oxidation. It is in excellent condition with no damages or losses. The vase measures 9 3/4" tall x 7 1/4" D.
This is a very elegant Japanese attributed to Makuzu Kozan Studio Vase with a finely painted goose and traditional for Makuzu white and pink enameling on the neck of the vase. The Vase is unsigned. It is in excellent condition with no losses or damages. It stands 6 5/8 inches tall by 3.5 inches in Diameter, and dates 19th century, Meiji, Japan.
This is a huge Japanese Tokoname Vase with two handles with a low relief of dragon and clouds. The handles, the dragon and the top of the vase are gold painted. The vase measures 19 inches tall by 12 inches in Diameter. It is in excellent condition with no damages and only a normal light wear to the gilding. It dates circa 1900 , Meiji, Japan.
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)...
This is a beautiful Japanese Imari Okimono of a seated Boy and holding a whistle in a shape of a green bird. The same Okimono is listed in N. Schiffer book "Figural Japanese Export Ceramics", p. 108-109, with a price of $1500-$1800. The Okimono is in excellent condition with no damages, chips, or losses. It has a beautiful enameling. Its measurements are 8 inches tall, 7 inches wide and 7 1/4 inches. It dates 19th century, Meiji, Japan.
This is a very big museum quality blue and white deep Bowl. It has a wonderful celadon enamel over the exterior and a white enamel over its bottom. The Bowl is signed (a seal and signature) by IKEKATSU. The interior of the bowl is very finely decorated with a scene of three koi- fish in water and among sea-weeds. The Bowl is heavy by weight. The Bowl has all signs of late Edo (early Meiji) cast and glazing. There is a red oxidation line on the edge...