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JAPANESE LATE 19TH CENTURY SET OF 5 BLUE AND WHITE SMALL DISHES
JAPANESE LATE 19TH CENTURY SET OF 5 BLUE AND WHITE SMALL DISHES
Inventory #: M-63
Japanese late 19th century set of blue and white small dishes. Each dish measures 5 1/2" in diameter and 1" tall.
JAPANESE EDO PERIOD KARATSU WARE SAKE URN
JAPANESE EDO PERIOD KARATSU WARE SAKE URN
Inventory #: UD-11
Japanese Edo Period KARATSU ware SAKE serving urn. The urn has a short neck and spout. The urn is of ovoid form and is done in an unusual floral motif, green and brown floral and leaf pattern on a gray background. The urn measures 12 1/8" tall. The urn has a repair at the neck.
MEIJI PERIOD SATSUMA MONOGRAMMED PLATE BY KINKOZAN
MEIJI PERIOD SATSUMA MONOGRAMMED PLATE BY KINKOZAN
Inventory #: USK-2407-1
Meiji Period SATSUMA monogrammed plate. Signature stamp and gold signature by KINKOZAN. Plate has "JL" monogrammed on the top border of the plate. 8 3/4" diameter by 3/4" depth.
CHINESE EARLY TO MID 20TH CENTURY PAIR OF PORCELAIN TURQUOISE GLAZE FOO DOGS<br><font color=red><b>SOLD</b></font>
CHINESE EARLY TO MID 20TH CENTURY PAIR OF PORCELAIN TURQUOISE GLAZE FOO DOGS
SOLD
Inventory #: U-3281
Chinese early to mid 20th century pair of porcelain FOO dogs. The FOO dogs are done in a turquoise colored glaze. Each Foo dog measures 3 1/2" wide, 2 3/8" deep and 8" tall.
JAPANESE 20TH CENTURY BIZEN WARE SHISHI OKIMONO by FUJIWARA TOUSAI (1898-1978)<br><font color=red><b>SOLD</b></font>
JAPANESE 20TH CENTURY BIZEN WARE SHISHI OKIMONO by FUJIWARA TOUSAI (1898-1978)
SOLD
Inventory #: C2U-17
Japanese Early-Mid 20th Century large bizen-yaki 備前焼 (bizen ware) ceramic shishi 獅子 (guardian lion) okimono 置物 (objet d’art) by Fujiwara Tosai 藤原陶斎 (1898-1978). The okimono 置物 is beautifully done with a lot of detail and movement to the modeling.

Measures: Height 15 ..
JAPANESE EARLY 20TH C. BANKO WARE TEAPOT<br><font color=red><b>SOLD</b></font>
JAPANESE EARLY 20TH C. BANKO WARE TEAPOT
SOLD
Inventory #: A2A-09
Japanese early 20th century BANKO-ware teapot. The teapot has the design of water wheel incised into the side. Also on top, there is a small bird that comes peaking out of a hole when the teapot is tilted. The knob on the lid is in the shape of a mushroom. The pot has a chop mark reading "BANK..
19TH CENTURY  BLUE AND WHITE FLOWER AND BUTTERFLY DESIGN CHARGER<br><font color=red><b>SOLD</b></font>
19TH CENTURY BLUE AND WHITE FLOWER AND BUTTERFLY DESIGN CHARGER
SOLD
Inventory #: V-21
19th Century blue and white flower and butterfly design charger. 16" diameter by 3" depth.
JAPANESE E.-MID 20TH CENTURY NEZUMI SHINO WARE DISH<br><font color=red><b>SOLD</b></font>
JAPANESE E.-MID 20TH CENTURY NEZUMI SHINO WARE DISH
SOLD
Inventory #: U-1659
Japanese early to mid-20th century NEZUMI SHINO ware dish. The dish has a fluted edge. Beautiful Nezumi Shino glaze over a dark body. The dish measures 8 3/4" in diameter and 1 1/2" tall.
JAPANESE 20TH CENTURY LARGE IMARI VASE<br><font color=red><b>SOLD</b></font>
JAPANESE 20TH CENTURY LARGE IMARI VASE
SOLD
Inventory #: U-1873
Japanese 20th century large IMARI vase. The large vase is beautifully decorated in overglaze enamels and golds with the design of florals and an old western style ship. The vase measures 18" tall and 11" at the widest. (donesu)
LARGE EARLY 19TH CENTURY IMARI CHARGER<br><font color=red><b>SOLD</b></font>
LARGE EARLY 19TH CENTURY IMARI CHARGER
SOLD
Inventory #: U-2278
Early 19th Century large Imari Charger. 22" diameter by 3" depth. (dokane)
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