This is a very fine Japanese Ko-Kutani Porcelain Vase of an unusual (garlic) shape with two handles in a shape of Dragon heads with extended tongues. The Vase depicts wonderful panoramic landscape with a scene of a bridge and people on it. There is also a scene of a house with people in it, two boats , multiple trees, and mountains; upper decorations are made with raised gilded symbolic Paradise birds.
There are two family mons as well. The vase is very detailed over green pattern background.
This is one of the finest Ko-Kutani examples and is signed by the artist.
This detailed Ko-Kutani vase is in excellent condition with no damages!
The Vase measures 10 3/4 inches tall by 8.5 inches in Diameter. It dates 19th century, late Edo - early Meiji Period, Japan.