Japanese porcelain Kutani 九谷 vase from the late 19th century, Meiji period 1868-1912). Height 15 cm.
Japanese eggshell porcelain cup, saucer and small dish. Marked Dai Nippon Matsugawa Zo MIJ. This was produced between 1921-1941. Uncertain.
19th Century Japanese Imari vase that can be identified based on an identical piece as 蔵春亭三保造 (Zoshuntei Sanpo Zo) and can be dated to 1840-1870. His real name was Tsunemase Yojiro Hisotomi.
Japanese late 19th century or early 20th century Kyoto school Satsuma with many faces decoration.
Japanese luster ware eggshell porcelain cup and saucer with Dai Nippon mark, 1930-1940.
Japanese Satsuma style porcelain saucer with rising sun mark 日本 Nippon and 志水 (can be read as shi sui, shi mizu, shi misu).
Japanese basket from the late Meiji period, ca. 1890s with a Dai Nippon mark and above a faded company mark (roof). Some have suggested a slightly later date.
Japanese Dai Nippon luster ware from around 1930-1940.
Japanese Dai Nippon luster ware from 1930-1940.
Japanese gold gilded spoon. 24 KGF Japan.