Lot 183 , A fine Japanese Satsuma pottery ovoid vase, by Yabu Meizan, Meiji period, H.11cm
A fine Japanese Satsuma pottery ovoid vase, by Yabu Meizan, Meiji period, finely painted with a procession of figures to one side, the other with a pavilion in a river landscape scene on a millefleur ground, the neck and foot decorated with trailing wisteria, gilt seal mark to base, H.11cm
There is a tiny amount of wear to the gilding around the rim and around the edge of the foot otherwise the vase has typical fine crazing to the glaze and is in good condition with no restoration chips or cracks.
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Sold for £2,800