Sozan for the kinkozan studio A massive Satsuma trumpet vasemeiji era (1868-1912), late 19th century

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Lot 6263
Sozan for the kinkozan studio
A massive Satsuma trumpet vase
meiji era (1868-1912), late 19th century

Sold for US$ 37,500 inc. premium
Sozan for the kinkozan studio
A massive Satsuma trumpet vase
meiji era (1868-1912), late 19th century

Cylindrical with a flared mouth and finely painted in colored enamels and gilt with rectangular panels containing a winter landscape with geese in flight and standing by a lake shore, and a scene of the final meeting between Kusunoki Masashige and his son Masatsura before campaign curtains bearing the family crest, the borders painted with key frets and the rim and foot with a band of formal lozenges with abreviated versions of the Kusunoki family crest, the interior of the rim with a cloud band containing flowering vines, the surrounding areas painted with maple leaves, chrysanthemums and cherry blossoms in two shades of gilt and red and green enamels on a cobalt ground, signed at the bottom left of each panel Sozan in red enamel in an oval reserve and on the underside in an elaborate rectangular key-fret reserve Kinkozan sei and with impressed signature Kinkozan tsukuru
15 3/8in (39cm) high

Footnotes

  • Exhibited:
    Columbia, Columbia Museum of Art, "Meiji Magic, Imperial Porcelain from Japan from the Collection of Alex and Barbara Kasten", 3 January- 18 May, 2014
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Sozan for the kinkozan studio A massive Satsuma trumpet vasemeiji era (1868-1912), late 19th century
Sozan for the kinkozan studio A massive Satsuma trumpet vasemeiji era (1868-1912), late 19th century
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