Lot 178 , A Japanese Satsuma pottery ovoid vase, by Kozan, Meiji period, H.18.5cm
A Japanese Satsuma pottery ovoid vase, by Kozan, Meiji period, finely painted with bijin in a garden, the reverse with birds amid flowers and trees, on a gilt foliate decorated cobalt blue ground with inscribed banners, four character signature to the base, H.18.5cm
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A Private collection of eight lots of Satsuma pottery.
The vase has some wear to the gilding on the shoulder and slight wear to gilding in other occasional places, typical fine crazing to the glaze all over otherwise in good condition with no restoration chips or cracks detected.
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Sold for £440