H 12 inches, diam. ca. 4-3/4 in.
Bottom a bit warped, excellent condition
The vase itself may be of a slightly earlier date than the decoration. For the export, Japanese decorated existing stoneware vases and bottles with funny and colorful scenes that might appeal to the Westerner, rather than to the Japanese taste.
H 5-1/2 inches
H 5 - 5-1/4 inches, diam 3-1/4 inches
H 10 ¼ inches
H ca. 13½ inches
H ca. 6 ¾ inches
Water stains inside, otherwise mint condition
H 3 x L 11 x D 8 inches.
Several small chips on the outer rims, standing edge on the inside lovingly repaired and retouched.
H without handle 7¾ in; with handle ca. 9 in.
Corrosion on bottom on inside, otherwise fine condition.
Provenance: Private collection of ikebana vessels
H 10¼ inch.
Comes with original fitted wooden tomobako, inscribed on cover, with signature and seal matching the signature on the bottom of the vase
H 3-3/4 in., W 4-3/4 in.
L 12 ¼ x W 7 3/8 x H 4 ¾ inches.
Beautiful dark brown patina, scuff marks on the bottom consistent with usage, water traces consistent with usage.
H ca 7 in., W at foot 4 ¼ in.
H 4 inches, diam. 10 inches
H circa 8 ¼ inches.
H circa 8½ inches
One old, short glaze crack in rim, otherwise very good condition.
H circa 10 ¾ inches.
Beautiful fine crackle, superficial scratches on the body consistent with use, chip on the foot. All in all very good condition.
A similar piece with a slightly rounder body is in the Brooklyn Museum of Art.
Formerly described as Satsuma, currently described as Seto or Tanba.
Height 8 ¾ inches.
Frit and hairline crack on upper rim
H 5-1/4 inch
One tiny old chip in foot edge.
Collection or maker's number in red on bottom: No. 874