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Japanese porcelain

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TXOZ Japanese Tea Cup Blue and White Porcelain Tea Cups Traditional Chinese Ceramic Tea Cup Hand Painted Kungfu Tea Cup Art Deco Design Gift: Amazon.co.uk: Kitchen & Home

Japanese Nabeshima blue / white porcelain dish Japan / Japanese Antiques / Japanese Art : More At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest️

Meiji period, 1868-1912 Shallow bowl-shaped dish is raised on a tall foot and is decorated in underglaze blue with a branch of cherry blossoms encircling the interior. The painting is well-executed and the image is possibly based on a textile design. The underside is painted with three chrysanthemum sprays and the foot is decorated with the characteristic comb tooth pattern. Dish is glazed overall in a clear glaze leaving only the footring unglazed exposing the fine porcelain paste. There…

A large Japanese Satsuma earthenware vase by Matsumoto Hozan for the Yasuda Company, Meiji period, of ovoid form, one side painted and gilt with a village scene landscape, the other side with bijin and children divided by smaller panels of birds in branches and figures in landscape, all reserved against borders of simulated brocade, dense flowers and mon, iron red and gilt signature seal beneath a gilt Yasuda trademark to base, height 45.5cm (damaged, repaired and some losses). #tooveys

A large Japanese Satsuma earthenware vase by Matsumoto Hozan for the Yasuda Company, Meiji period, of ovoid form, one side painted and gilt with a village scene landscape, the other side with bijin and children divided by smaller panels of birds in branches and figures in landscape, all reserved against borders of simulated brocade, dense flowers and mon, iron red and gilt signature seal beneath a gilt Yasuda trademark to base, height 45.5cm (damaged, repaired and some losses). #tooveys

Fine Japanese porcelain Vase by Kawamoto Rekitei (item #896584, detailed views)

An exquisitely formed sometsuke porcelain by important Seto porcelain artist Kawamoto Rekitei (1894-1975) with raised patterns of grapes forming on the vine. The delicate shades of the steadily browning grape leaves is easily conveyed by the masters touch, each leaf carefully bordered in a raised border, the dark grapes slowly growing plump in the shadows. The vase is 9 inches (23 cm) tall, over 7 inches (18 cm) diameter. Rekitei was born in Aichi prefecture, home of Seto-yaki and a long…