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JAPANESE EARLY 21ST CENTURY EARTHENWARE PLATE MADE BY SAEKI MORIYOSHI<br><font color=red><b>SOLD</b></font>
JAPANESE EARLY 21ST CENTURY EARTHENWARE PLATE MADE BY SAEKI MORIYOSHI
SOLD
Inventory #: YY-64
Japanese early 21st century earthenware plate by master potter, SAEKI MORIYOSHI. SAEKI MORIYOSHI is an artist who specializes in ceramic pieces with tree designs. This plate has a somewhat stylized pine tree design. The plate comes with TOMOBAKO, or original artist signed wooden storage box. T..
JAPANESE EARLY 20TH CENTURY FUKAGAWA LARGE BOWL<br><font color=red><b>SOLD</b></font>
JAPANESE EARLY 20TH CENTURY FUKAGAWA LARGE BOWL
SOLD
Inventory #: U-2486
Japanese early 20th century FUKAGAWA large bowl. The inside of the bowl has cherry tree branches and blossoms. A few of the blossoms and petals have fallen to the inside of the bowl. The outside of the bowl has more cherry tree branches and blossoms above water with AYU fish swimming. FUKAGAWA..
JAPANESE 20TH CENTURY PORCELAIN VASE BY LIVING NATIONAL TREASURE TOKUDA YASOKICHI III<br><font color=red><b>SOLD</b></font>
JAPANESE 20TH CENTURY PORCELAIN VASE BY LIVING NATIONAL TREASURE TOKUDA YASOKICHI III
SOLD
Inventory #: TA-22
Japanese 20th century vase by Japan Living National Treasure, Tokuda Yasokichi III, born Tokuda Masahiko in Komatsu, Japan. Vase is of simple eggplant form with thinner, narrow neck top. Tokuda Yasokichi III became Living National Treasure in 1997 and is recognized for work with Saiyu, glaze color..
JAPANESE MEIJI PERIOD SHOJO HOLDING SAKE CUP DESIGN USUBATA FLOWER HOLDER<br><font color=red><b>SOLD</b></font>
JAPANESE MEIJI PERIOD SHOJO HOLDING SAKE CUP DESIGN USUBATA FLOWER HOLDER
SOLD
Inventory #: LE-2
Japanese MEIJI Period bronze SHOJO holding SAKE cup design USUBATA flower holder. The foot of the USUBATA is the SHOJO holding the SAKE cup. The SHOJO is done in wonderful realistic detail with silver inlays. The USUBATA comes in 2 parts, the top and the SHOJO bottom. It measures 13 1/4"H by 14 1..
MEIJI PERIOD BRONZE USUBATA VASE<br><font color=red><b>SOLD</b></font>
MEIJI PERIOD BRONZE USUBATA VASE
SOLD
Inventory #: JA-5
Japanese Meiji Period bronze USUBATA vase. Beautifully shaped vase with MURASHI-DO finish. Signed by artist, GYOU-SAI ICHIAMIKOH. Comes with box. Vase stands 10" tall, 8 1/2" diameter at top and 5" diameter at base. (runesu)
JAPANESE 20TH CENTURY KUTANI VASE BY TOKUDA YASOKICHI III <br><font color=red><b>SOLD</b></font>
JAPANESE 20TH CENTURY KUTANI VASE BY TOKUDA YASOKICHI III
SOLD
Inventory #: TA-17
Japanese 20th century porcelain vase by Japan Living National Treasure, Tokuda Yasokichi III, born Tokuda Masahiko in Komatsu, Japan. The vase is done in a simple globular form with tall narrow spout. The overall glaze is a dark eggplant color with bluish green coloration on the top of the globula..
JAPANESE 20TH CENTURY VASE BY LNT TOKUDA YASOKICHI III<br><font color=red><b>SOLD</b></font>
JAPANESE 20TH CENTURY VASE BY LNT TOKUDA YASOKICHI III
SOLD
Inventory #: SA-34
Japanese 20th century vase by Japan Living National Treasure, Tokuda Yasokichi III, born Tokuda Masahiko in Komatsu, Japan. Vase is of simple bottle form with indented neck and wide rimmed top. Tokuda Yasokichi III became Living National Treasure in 1997 and is recognized for work with Saiyu, glaz..
SUWA SOZAN I PORCELAIN BOWL<br><font color=red><b>SOLD</b></font>
SUWA SOZAN I PORCELAIN BOWL
SOLD
Inventory #: PMM-7
Late 19th or Early 20th Century porcelain fish and water bug design celadon colored bowl. Stamp of artist, SUWA SOZAN I (1851-1922) on base. Comes with TOMOBAKO, artist signature box. 7 3/4" diameter by 3" height.
SUWA SOZAN I I PORCELAIN VASE<br><font color=red><b>SOLD</b></font>
SUWA SOZAN I I PORCELAIN VASE
SOLD
Inventory #: PA-11
Late 19th or Early 20th Century porcelain fish design celadon colored vase. Stamp of artist, SUWA SOZAN II (Torako - Sozan I 's adopted Daughter) on base. Comes with TOMOBAKO, artist signature box. 7.5" height by 7.5" width.
JAPANESE 20TH CENTURY LARGE PORCELAIN BOWL<br><font color=red><b>SOLD</b></font>
JAPANESE 20TH CENTURY LARGE PORCELAIN BOWL
SOLD
Inventory #: OM-7
Japanese 20th century large porcelain bowl made by Kyoto artist, KATO TERUO (born 1938). The large bowl was made in the SHI GAKU KAMA kiln. No box. The large bowl measures 6" in height and 15" in diameter. (rudene)
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