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Massive Kinkozan Cobalt Blue Satsuma Vase with Two Large Painted Raised Panels
A massive cobalt blue satsuma porcelain vase by Kinkozan having two large painted panels: one side painted with a garden or landscape scene depicting women (Dressed in kimonos with raised gold) and children in a garden full of cherry blossoms as well as hysteria flowers and some areas with raised gold. The opposite side of the vase depicts a scene with Immortals and rising sun above an array of samurais on horses and foot in full armor with weapons with raised gold decoration. The side panels done in gold highlights and finely painted gold brocade panels with flowers. The painting is of exceptional quality considering the large size of this vase. Signed on the bottom, from the Meiji Period, late 1800s-1912, Japan. Measure: Top diameter is 8”.
- CreatorKinkozan (Maker)
- Production timeAvailable Now
- Of the Period
- Place of origin
- Date of manufacture1880-1890
- Materials and techniques
- ConditionGood. Minor Rubbing as expected with age.
- WearWear consistent with age and use.
H 24 in. x Dm 10 in.
H 60.96 cm x Dm 25.4 cm
- Diameter10 in. (25.4 cm)
- Seller locationNew York, NY
- Reference numberf91951610185743153fs
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