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Group of 6 blue and white porcelain – Asian and Delft. 1st and 2nd items: 1 Chinese Kraak style porcelain plate and 1 Japanese Kraak style porcelain plate, both round, each with blue and white incurvate octagonal cartouche at center and flowers with fish scale patterning, flowers, and kites. Underside of rims with undulating flowers on stem, iron red edges. Japanese plate has indistinct mark to underside, 8 1/2" dia.; Chinese plate unmarked, 8 1/4" dia., both likely 18th century. 3rd item: Delft
Seven (7) Japanese porcelain pieces, most 19th century. 1st item: Wan Li style bowl and cover with figural decoration, dragon design to interior, apocryphal Wan Li mark to underside, bowl 5" dia. x 3" H. 2nd item: 18th century Imari jug and cover, 6 1/2" H. Repair to handle at both ends, small chips to spout; lid does not fit tightly and may not be original. 3rd item: Imari ginger jar, likely 18th century or earlier, 7 1/3" H. Lacking lid. 4th item: Imari Kraak style plate with flower, leaf, bat
Lot includes: (2) Late 19th - Early 20th c. Japanese Kutani Chargers, both with hand painted three character marks on base, including: 12" diam. plate with decoration of peacock, flowers, foliage and water birds, gilded rim and highlights, good condition; and 11 3/4" diam. plate with figural scene of geishas processing tea leaves, glaze crazing; PLUS (2) Japanese Imari Warming Dishes with elaborate floral and pheasant decoration, painted six character mark on base, 3" high, 10 1/4" x 9 1/2", rim
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Fine pair of large porcelain Imari vases, by Hichozan Shimpo Japanese, late Edo early Meiji period, circa 1850-1880 Each vase of bulbous shape with traditional scalloped rim, over the body decorated with reserve panels depicting court garden scenes, on chrysanthemums and peonies background adorned with birds and streams. Signed to the base with six-character mark, reading: ‘Hichozan Shimpo-sei’ (made by Hichozan Shimpo). Hichozan Shimpo was a studio that painted Fukagawa porcelain as well as
As part of our Japanese works of art collection we are delighted to offer this lovely Japanese Celadon Studio pottery Okimono, depicting a resting Dove ( the symbol of peace ), the well recorded artist Teraike Toshu has potted this bird in fine detail throughout with a consistent pale celadon glaze, signed with an impressed seal mark to the underside, this Taisho / Showa period artist work can be found at the national museum in Kyoto, he trained originally in Kutani style porcelain but later mov