Japanese Satsuma Vase by Meizan

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As part of our Japanese works of art collection we are delighted to offer this unusual shaped Meiji Period 1868-1912, Satsuma vase, richly decorated by the highly regarded artist Meizan, not to be confused with Yabu Meizan, the late 19th century artist has picked a blank vase of complex circular torus form and painstakingly painted it with panels of bijin and children amidst floral garden scenes, a common trait of Meizans work is the use of lavish gilt stippling as well as bold enamel geometric borders applied to the neck, foot and circumference of this particular piece , artist signed to the foot rim on each side,  a smashing addition to your Japanese ceramics collection.

Condition report :

Fine condition with minimal age related wear.

Approximate Sizes :

Height : 4 7/8″  12.5cm

Width :  4 1/4″  11 cm

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