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99 11-PART SIGNED SATSUMA TEA SET Japan, Meiji period (1868-1912). Signed Nikko and with the Shimazu crest on the underside. Masterful hand painting with polychrome enamels and gold. Depicted are blooming flower meadows and butterflies. The set consist of 4 cups and saucers, a lidded milk jug, a

sugar box and a tea pot both also with their original lid. HEIGHT of the teapot 17 cm, diameter of one saucer 12 cm and height of one tea cup 4.5 cm WEIGHT 1.8 kilograms

Provenance: From an Austrian private collection. Condition: perfect condition with only minimal traces of age Estimate EUR 600,Starting price EUR 300,-

100 A ROYAL BLUE SEIZAN SATSUMA BOWL Japan, Meiji period (1868-1912). The hexagonal bowl bears a royal blue glaze with fine gold painting in high relief on top. Inside is a delicately painted scene of a lady with two boys while the exterior bears horizontal reserves with floral décor. Two-character maker’s mark of Seizan at the base. DIAMETER 12 cm WEIGHT 261.2 grams Provenance: Czech private collection. Condition: Perfect condition. One tiny firing crack. Estimate EUR 600,Starting price EUR 300,-

101 A SATSUMA FIGURE OF A RAKAN Japan, Meiji period (1868-1912). Impressed seal mark to underside. Neatly modeled ceramic statue with polychrome enamel and gold painting in high relief. The unusual figurine portrays the ascetic sage with bushy eyebrows, pierced earlobes and a stern facial expression, holding a little bird in his left hand. HEIGHT 11.5 cm WEIGHT 248.1 grams Provenance: From the private collection of an Austrian restorer. Acquired pre-1980. Condition: Very tiny restorations to tip of finger and tail of bird. Otherwise very good condition. Estimate EUR 500,Starting price EUR 250,-

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