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Place of Origin: Japanese
19th Century Imari Porcelain Treasure Box
By Imari Porcelain
Located in Fukuoka, JP
This 19th-century Imari ware box (SKU: ZD49) is a resplendent example of the cherished Japanese porcelain art form, renowned for its rich palette and intricate designs. Hand-painted ...
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19th Century Meiji Antique Japanese Ceramics

Materials

Porcelain

Six Kinkozan Bowls with Birds and Flowers of the Months, Meiji Period, Japan
By Kinkozan
Located in Austin, TX
A very fine partial set of six Japanese Satsuma bowls decorated with flowers and birds of the months, signed Kinkozan, Meiji Period, circa 1900, Japan. The set of six exquisitely pa...
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Early 1900s Meiji Antique Japanese Ceramics

Materials

Ceramic, Stoneware

Japanese Contemporary Orange Blue Green Porcelain Vase by Master Artist, 2
Located in Takarazuka, JP
Exquisite Japanese contemporary Imari porcelain vase, a signed masterpiece by highly acclaimed award-winning master porcelain artist in overglaze enameling. The elegant ovoid shape ...
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21st Century and Contemporary Meiji Japanese Ceramics

Materials

Gold

A Japanese Blue Cloisenne Meiji Period Vase with Samurai Figures
Located in New York, NY
A Meiji Period Japanese Cloisenne vase with figures of Samurai on one side, and floral decoration on the other.
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19th Century Antique Japanese Ceramics

Materials

Enamel

Imari White Blue and Gold Porcelain Urn Ginger Jar Vase, circa 1960s
By Imari Porcelain
Located in New York, NY
A beautiful vintage Imari white porcelain and turquoise blue and gold urn ginger jar vase or vessel, circa mid-20th century, 1960s, Japan. Japan is known for its fine porcelain; vase is white porcelain, hand painted in turquoise blue, royal blue, green, gold and touches of black. Beautiful details all around as shown in images. With marker's mark and marked "hand painted" on bottom as show in image #13. Very good condition as shown in images. No chips noted. Dimensions: 3.88" Diameter x 4.88" Height. For wicker table shown in images search...
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1960s Chinoiserie Vintage Japanese Ceramics

Materials

Porcelain

Kutani Japanese Meiji Porcelain Vase Painted with Figures
Located in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire
Japanese Meiji porcelain Kutani vase hand painted with decorative and a figural panel dating between 1868 and 1912. The elegantly shaped tall ...
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19th Century Meiji Antique Japanese Ceramics

Materials

Porcelain

Japanese Contemporary Black Brown Hand-Glazed Porcelain Vase by Master Artist, 3
Located in Takarazuka, JP
Exquisite Japanese contemporary hand-glazed decorative porcelain vase in the artist's beloved signature pattern in a dramatic flared form in stunning caramel and black, a signed mast...
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21st Century and Contemporary Meiji Japanese Ceramics

Materials

Porcelain

Japan ceramic inari fox Taisho era
Located in PARIS, FR
Ceramic sculpture of the white fox, messenger of Inari – the Shinto and Buddhist deity of harvest, rice and abundance. The Inari fox (kitsune) is a benevolent animal, a sign of pros...
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20th Century Japonisme Japanese Ceramics

Materials

Ceramic

Japanese Imari plate from Arita (1868-1912) by MARK FUKI SHOSHUN (JP)
Located in Oostende, BE
This Japanese Imari plate from Arita dates from the Meiji period (1868-1912) It was made by Mark Fuki Shoshun (signed on back)
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Late 19th Century Other Antique Japanese Ceramics

Materials

Ceramic

Antique Meiji Japanese Bronze Figures Dancing Man in Chinese Style
Located in Amsterdam, Noord Holland
Condition Report: 29cm inc stand. Good condition. Heavy and top quality Meiji period dancing Figures. Top quality
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19th Century Meiji Antique Japanese Ceramics

Materials

Metal, Bronze

Japanese Octagonal Imari Plate, Late 19th Century
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
A decorative handpainted Japanese Imari octagonal ceramic charger, gilt edges, profusely decorated in vibrant shades or blue, red, green and yellow, featuring a rocky island with mat...
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Late 19th Century Meiji Antique Japanese Ceramics

Materials

Pottery

Huge Antique Meiji Japanese Bronze Bird of Prey On a Rock Gold Elements Marked
Located in Amsterdam, Noord Holland
Huge Antique Meiji Japanese Bronze Bird of Prey On a Rock Gold Elements Marked Condition Close to perfect condition, just some ware. 40 x 45CM LengthxWidexHeight (including base) P...
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19th Century Meiji Antique Japanese Ceramics

Materials

Metal, Bronze

Imari sake ewer, Arita, Japan, c. 1700, Edo Period.
By Arita
Located in Gargrave, North Yorkshire
Imari sake ewer and cover, Arita, Japan, c. 1700, Edo Period. The globular ewer, with an unusual continuous band of circular moulded bosses, and vibrantly painted with flowering plan...
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1690s Edo Antique Japanese Ceramics

Materials

Porcelain

Japanese Porcelain Bowl Hand-Painted Vines, flowers & Dragons, Meiji Ca 1860
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a good and very decorative porcelain footed deep bowl, hand-painted in polychrome enamels and dating to the second half of the 19th century, circa 1860, Meiji period. The bo...
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19th Century Meiji Antique Japanese Ceramics

Materials

Porcelain

Late Edo Period Imari Pheasant Plate
By Imari Porcelain
Located in Fukuoka, JP
This striking Imari ware plate (SKU: ZD48) is an outstanding representation of late 18th to 19th-century Japanese porcelain artistry, capturing the refined beauty and detailed crafts...
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Mid-19th Century Edo Antique Japanese Ceramics

Materials

Porcelain

Antique Japanese Imari Porcelain Plate or Dish
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A fine antique Japanese (or Chinese) porcelain plate. With a white ground decorated with an ocean landscape scene along with flowers and birds in tones of green, red, yellow, and br...
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Early 20th Century Meiji Japanese Ceramics

Materials

Porcelain

A Fine Pair of Japanese Antique Satsuma Vases Signed by Choshuzan 長州山. Meiji Era
Located in London, GB
A magnificent Pair of Japanese Satsuma vases signed by Choshuzan 長州山. Late Meiji period. of a baluster form , finely painted in Satsuma enamels enhanced with gold paint,decorate...
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Late 19th Century Antique Japanese Ceramics

Materials

Ceramic, Porcelain

A exceptional pair of Japanese Arita Porcelain Vases. Meiji Era.Kutani, Satsuma
Located in London, GB
A Rare and exceptional Pair of Japanese Arita vases; each one decorated with a Daimyo wearing Do Maru beside two Ashigaru. Early Meiji period/Late Edo 15 cm high; In excelle...
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Early 19th Century Antique Japanese Ceramics

Materials

Porcelain, Ceramic

Tatsuzo Shimaoka Signed Japanese Mingei Pottery Glazed Rope Inlay Vase with Box
By Tatsuzo Shimaoka 2
Located in Studio City, CA
A wonderfully designed and gorgeously colored coveted square Mingei vase by Japanese National Treasure pottery master Tatsuzo Shimaoka. This work displays his famous Jomon Zogan rop...
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Mid-20th Century Showa Japanese Ceramics

Materials

Earthenware, Pottery

Japanese Meiji Period Satsuma Koro
By Kinkozan
Located in Newark, England
Bulbous Form From our Japanese collection, we are delighted to offer this Japanese Meiji Period Satsuma Koro. The Japanese Satsuma Koro of rounded form neatly potted with a small to...
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Early 1900s Meiji Antique Japanese Ceramics

Materials

Ceramic, Earthenware, Pottery

Japanese Contemporary Blue Red White Porcelain Box by Master Artist, 3
Located in Takarazuka, JP
Mesmerizing Japanese contemporary museum-quality decorative porcelain box, painstakingly intricately hand-painted in blue underglaze on the inside and in blue and red Set against a s...
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21st Century and Contemporary Meiji Japanese Ceramics

Materials

Gold

Meiji Kutani Japanese Porcelain Table Lamp
By Kutani Studio
Located in Bochum, NRW
Meiji Kutani Japanese Porcelain Table Lamp This hexagonal-shaped porcelain table lamp is decorated with red and gold floral décor and is hand-painted. Shade not included! Very good u...
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1920s Vintage Japanese Ceramics

Materials

Brass

Japanese Meiji Period Satsuma Plate by Kinkozan
By Kinkozan
Located in Newark, England
Painted with Two Snipe Amongst Iris From our Japanese collection, we are delighted to offer this Japanese Meiji Period Satsuma Plate by Kinkozan. The Satsuma Plate is extensively de...
Category

Late 19th Century Meiji Antique Japanese Ceramics

Materials

Ceramic, Earthenware, Pottery

Japanese Meiji Period Early 20th Century Sake Bottle with Brown Patina
Located in Yonkers, NY
An antique Japanese Meiji period monochrome sake bottle from the early 20th century with concentric lines. Created in Japan during the Meiji dynasty, this sake bottle attracts our at...
Category

Early 20th Century Meiji Japanese Ceramics

Materials

Ceramic

Japanese Contemporary Blue Gold Porcelain Vase by Master Artist, 2
Located in Takarazuka, JP
Extraordinary contemporary Japanese decorative porcelain vase, hand painted on a elegantly shaped porcelain body in blue, with extremely intricate patterns and extensive use of high ...
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21st Century and Contemporary Meiji Japanese Ceramics

Materials

Gold

Satsuma Japanese Meiji Miniature Enameled Teapot Kozon Mark
By Satsuma
Located in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire
An exceptional Japanese Satsuma miniature spool shaped pottery teapot and cover finely hand enameled with Kozon mark and dating from around 1880. This delightful teapot has an invers...
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19th Century Meiji Antique Japanese Ceramics

Materials

Pottery

Nanban Black Ship Imari Chargers, A Pair
Located in Savannah, GA
A pair of Nanban Black Ship Imari Chargers, late 19th century. 12 inches wide
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19th Century Meiji Antique Japanese Ceramics

Materials

Porcelain

Japanese Imari Porcelain Scalloped Bowl or Vide Poche
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A fine old or antique Japanese Imari porcelain bowl. With a green butterfly crest to the center surrounded by red, blue, green and yellow geometric & floral devices on a white groun...
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20th Century Meiji Japanese Ceramics

Materials

Porcelain

Kutani Ware Dragon Dance: A 19th Century Porcelain Masterpiece
Located in Fukuoka, JP
This large 19th-century Kutani ware porcelain plate (SKU: ZD66) is a celebration of Japanese mythology and the timeless art of porcelain-making. Featuring an exuberant scene of drago...
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19th Century Edo Antique Japanese Ceramics

Materials

Porcelain

Antique Japanese Meiji Period Kutani Porcelain Vase by Shoundo / Matsumoto Sahei
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A fine antique Japanese Meiji period Kutani porcelain vase. By Matsumoto Sahei/Shoundo. In an aka-e style decorated throughout in iron red with extensive gilt accents. There are cartouches to either side both with branches of red flower with a backdrop of clouds on a white ground. With 2 figural dragon finial handles. Marked to the base with '九谷松雲堂製' which translates as 'Made by Shoundo of Kutani' Matsumoto Sahei (1851-1918) was a master potter who enjoyed success & recognition during his era. In 1876, Sahei received the artist name Shoundo from the nanga painter Tokuda Kansho - he would use that title for nearly 20 years until passing it onto his son as his successor in 1893. Sahei also has the distinction of taking Tokuda Yasokichi I as an apprentice when the latter was 17-years-old. The Tokuda family is perhaps one of the most famous families of Japanese ceramics: Yasokichi I is credited with revitalizing the lost art of ko-Kutani and Yasokichi I, II, & III were all recognized as "Living National Treasures" during their lifetimes. Shoundo exhibited internationally numerous times at the tail end of the 19th Century. The Keisei Isogaya Museum of Art (which specializes in Meiji Kutani) has a vase of Sahei's that was exhibited in the Philadelphia Centennial Exhibition of 1876. He is listed as exhibiting a wide variety of porcelain goods at the 1878, 1889, and 1900 Paris World Exhibitions. He is also listed as exhibiting 'incense burners & porcelain' at the World's Columbian Exhibition held in 1893 in Chicago. The pair of vases that Sahei exhibited in Paris in 1900 bear a strong resemblance to this pair. Simply a wonderfully rare Japanese porcelain...
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Early 20th Century Meiji Japanese Ceramics

Materials

Porcelain

Satsuma ceramic plate adorned with polychrome and gold decorations
Located in Milano, IT
Satsuma ceramic plate adorned with polychrome and gold decorations within numerous reserves of unique shape and size, depicting scenes of Japanese daily life. The plate is signed un...
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Late 19th Century Japonisme Antique Japanese Ceramics

Materials

Ceramic

Japanese Contemporary Ko-Imari Gold Blue Porcelain Koro Incense Burner
Located in Takarazuka, JP
Stunning contemporary Japanese Ko-Imari style porcelain koro or incense burner or jewelry box, hand painted on a beautifully shaped round body in cobalt blue, red and green and gener...
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21st Century and Contemporary Meiji Japanese Ceramics

Materials

Gold

A Satsuma vase decorated with a garden of chrysanthemums
Located in Milano, IT
Satsuma vase, with slender neck and terminal part adorned in pure gold decorated with a garden of chrysanthemums, made with enamel and gold in relief. Different varieties of chrysan...
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Late 19th Century Japonisme Antique Japanese Ceramics

Materials

Ceramic

19th Century Japanese Cloisonné Lidded Jar Fine Decoration, Early Meiji Period
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a very decorative cloisonné lidded jar, made in Japan and dating to the 19th century, early Meiji period, circa 1875 or possibly earlier....
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19th Century Meiji Antique Japanese Ceramics

Materials

Ceramic

19th Century Imari Porcelain Lidded Bowl Jewelry Box
Located in Pearland, TX
A fine and rare lidded and hinged Imari bowl with ormolu fittings, set atop three ornamented feet. Perfect for jewelry, trinkets, or sweets.
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Mid-19th Century Japonisme Antique Japanese Ceramics

Materials

Ceramic

Satsuma Imperial Vase "A Thousand Faces" Meiji Period
By Satsuma
Located in Autonomous City Buenos Aires, CABA
Satsuma Imperial Vase "A Thousand Faces" Meiji Period A Japanese collectible vase, hand painted decorated with intricate designs and figures, with a classic shape and painted with va...
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19th Century Meiji Antique Japanese Ceramics

Materials

Ceramic

Japanese Contemporary Red Blue Hand-Glazed Porcelain Vase by Master Artist, 3
Located in Takarazuka, JP
Exceptional Japanese contemporary decorative porcelain vase, hand-glazed in vivid red and blue/purple on a stunning gourd-shaped body, from the extraordinary signature Galaxy series ...
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21st Century and Contemporary Meiji Japanese Ceramics

Materials

Porcelain

19th / 20th c Bronze Netsuke Squirrel with a nut Japanese Japan
Located in Amsterdam, Noord Holland
19th / 20th c Bronze Netsuke Squirrel with a nut Japanese Japan Signed Condition Period 20th century Meiji Periode (1867-1912)
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19th Century Meiji Antique Japanese Ceramics

Materials

Metal, Bronze

Samurai Warriors Statue Japan Meiji era (1868-1912) Gyokko studio
Located in Amsterdam, Noord Holland
BRONZE top level Japanese statues. Samurai with flute and sword. Both with weapons intentional. Gyokko studio Meiji era (1868-1912), 19th century Condition Statues some wear, but cl...
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19th Century Meiji Antique Japanese Ceramics

Materials

Metal, Bronze

19th Century Japanese Imari Bowl
Located in Shipston-On-Stour, GB
A large 19th Century Japanese Imari Bowl of ribbed form with colourful hand painted designs on each segment and centralised foliate panels and flower heads. In excellent condition. C...
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Late 19th Century Meiji Antique Japanese Ceramics

Materials

Porcelain

Pair Antique Japanese Satsuma Porcelain Vases, Genre & Garden Scenes, C1920
Located in Big Flats, NY
Pair Antique Japanese Satsuma Porcelain Vases wiih Hand Painted Genre & Garden Scenes and Gilt Highlights, C1920 Measures - 7.25"H x 3.5'W x 3.5'D
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Early 20th Century Japanese Ceramics

Materials

Porcelain

Antique Japanese Bronze / copper Statue Incense Burner Quaill
Located in Amsterdam, Noord Holland
a very nice statue of a fisherman on a fish Condition Good condition, the mouth seems to have been filled. 12cm Period 19th century
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19th Century Meiji Antique Japanese Ceramics

Materials

Metal, Bronze

Large Seiji Saku Bronze Archer Figure Statue Japan Meiji era (1868-1912)
Located in Amsterdam, Noord Holland
BRONZE ARCHER FIGURE Japan, Meiji Bronze period. H. ca. 38cm. The figure is kneeling, dressed in a haramaki and robes decorated with kamon and wheels, with a bow in his hands, signed...
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19th Century Meiji Antique Japanese Ceramics

Materials

Metal, Bronze

Antique Seiya-sei for Genryusai Seiya Bronze Man and Monkey Statue Japan Meij
Located in Amsterdam, Noord Holland
BRONZE Seiya-sei for Genryusai Seiya Man and Monkey figure. Marked on base Meiji era (1868-1912), 19th century Condition Condition is Perfect: Size 33.5 cm high Period 19th century ...
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19th Century Meiji Antique Japanese Ceramics

Materials

Metal, Bronze

Huge Antique Meiji Japanese Bronze Shou Lao - Jurojin and Deer Incense Burner
Located in Amsterdam, Noord Holland
A very large and top quality Meiji period Incense burner of Jurojin - Shou Lao and a deer God of longevity associated with the Canopus star of the South Pole. Usually represented as...
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19th Century Meiji Antique Japanese Ceramics

Materials

Metal, Bronze

Large Takachika" & "Kakuha sei" Bronze Elephant Herd Statue Japan Meiji era
Located in Amsterdam, Noord Holland
A very nice statue of a Elephant Herd. 66cm with double mark "Takachika" & "Kakuha sei" Kakuha Kanzaemon IX (角羽勘左衛門), real name Kakuha Zenjirô (角羽善次郎), was a member of a lineage of ...
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19th Century Meiji Antique Japanese Ceramics

Materials

Metal, Bronze

Antique Japanese Bronze / copper Statue Incense Burner Fisherman on a fish
Located in Amsterdam, Noord Holland
a very nice statue of a fisherman on a fish Condition 40 x 35 cm. Good condition with sign of ware. Period 19th century
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19th Century Meiji Antique Japanese Ceramics

Materials

Metal, Bronze

Japanese ormolu mounted Imari bowl & cover, c.1700. Edo Period.
By Arita
Located in Gargrave, North Yorkshire
A large Japanese Imari bowl and cover, c. 1700, Arita, Edo Period, with 19th Century French ormolu mounts. The deep sided bowl, hand painted with alternating panels of flowering plan...
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Early 1700s Edo Antique Japanese Ceramics

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Porcelain

Japanese Contemporary Silver Red Porcelain Vase by Master Artist, 2
Located in Takarazuka, JP
Exquisite Japanese contemporary museum quality decorative porcelain vase in a stunning shape featuring high purity silver leafs tinted in four beautiful shades of red meticulously po...
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21st Century and Contemporary Meiji Japanese Ceramics

Materials

Silver, Foil, Silver Leaf

Antique 19thC Japanese Porcelain Meiji Period Imari Lidded Ginger Jar Vase 1890
Located in Portland, OR
A good antique 19th century Japanese Imari porcelain pottery lidded ginger jar/vase, circa 1890. The dome topped lid decorated with a Komainu finial (Japanese lion-dog temple guardia...
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1890s Meiji Antique Japanese Ceramics

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Porcelain

Large Japanese Imari Fluted Charger, Edo/Meiji Period, Mid 19th Century, Japan
Located in Austin, TX
A large and impressive Japanese Imari porcelain fluted charger with scalloped rim, signed Kaji(chu?), Edo to Meiji Period, mid 19th century, Japan. The magnificent Japanese Imari charger measures 25" in diameter, and is decorated in the typical imari palette of underglaze blue with overglaze red, orange, blue, and green enamels with gilt highlights. The large charger also features fluted sides and a scalloped gilt rim. The design of the charger is centered on a central floral medallion with three large chrysanthemum blossoms and vegetal scrolls. Radiating out from the central medallion are various brocade patterned sections that roughly follow the shape of the fluting. Some larger sections feature images of cranes and minogame (turtles with long tails), both symbols of longevity, while other feature dragons and phoenix, symbols of authority and power. Four large reserves depict charming scenes of a scholar and his students within a bamboo grove having discourse and examining scrolls. The back of the charger decorated in underglaze blue with bold floral and vegetal scrolls. With a three character inscription in underglaze blue reading Kaji(chu?) Sei. The charger is fitted with an antique metal hanger...
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Mid-19th Century Meiji Antique Japanese Ceramics

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Porcelain

Antique Japanese Meiji Period Satsuma Pottery Bowl Imperial Figures Kizan 1890
Located in Portland, OR
A very fine antique Japanese Meiji period Satsuma pottery bowl, circa 1890. The bowl having a lobed rim and finely decorated & gilt to the outside with a 'thousand flowers' decoratio...
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1890s Meiji Antique Japanese Ceramics

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Pottery

A Rare Edo Period Hirado Porcelain Netsuke, Japan Circa 1850
Located in Ottawa, Ontario
The recumbent white porcelain figure of a pug dog shown baring its teeth, decorated by hand with spot painted cobalt detail, the underside with twin holes intended for a cord to pass...
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Mid-19th Century Edo Antique Japanese Ceramics

Materials

Porcelain

Three Antique Japanese Satsuma Porcelain Vases with Garden Flowers & Gilt C1920
Located in Big Flats, NY
Three Antique Japanese Satsuma Porcelain Vases with Garden Flowers & Gilt C1920 Measures - 3"H x 3"diam 2.75"h x 2.75"diam (sm)
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Early 20th Century Japanese Ceramics

Materials

Porcelain

1980's Japanese, Imari Style, Porcelain Serving Dish
Located in Glasgow, GB
A vintage Japanese porcelain serving dish. The serving dish, handcrafted in Japan in the 1980s, features an elaborate Japanese scene and ornamentation based on a traditional Imari d...
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1980s Japonisme Vintage Japanese Ceramics

Materials

Porcelain

Pair of Large Japanese Ceramic Shi-Shi Dog Roof Tiles, Bizen Kiln, 20th Century
Located in Point Richmond, CA
Pair of Large Japanese Ceramic Shi-Shi Dogs roof tiles, Bizen kiln, 20th c. Bizen kiln is one of the oldest and well known kilns in Japan. This is a very unusual pose of Shi-Shi Do...
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20th Century Folk Art Japanese Ceramics

Materials

Clay

Four Antique Japanese Satsuma Porcelain Vases C1920
Located in Big Flats, NY
Four Antique Japanese Satsuma Porcelain Vases C1920 Measures - 3.5"H x 4.5"diam (2 sm white) 2.75"H x 3.25"diam (short) 4.75"H x 2.75"diam (t...
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Early 20th Century Japanese Ceramics

Materials

Porcelain

Contemporary Japanese Cloissoné Copper Vessel Shippo Vase 5 by Yochiya Studio
By Yochiya
Located in Amsterdam, NL
Yochiya explore the untapped possibilities of cloisonné by combining improvisational and serendipitous modern techniques such as welding and hydraulic pressure, rather than relying s...
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2010s Modern Japanese Ceramics

Materials

Copper

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