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Porcelainlover

Porcelainlover

San Diego California

I have a passion for Asian porcelains and have been collecting for 10 years. I have accumulated a large collection and am constantly learning more as time goes by.

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Makuzu Kozan circa 1910. - Asianin Asian
Kinkozan marks. - Asianin Asian
Kinkozan  - Asianin Asian
Awata Kyoto Satsuma vase by Kinkozan. - Potteryin Pottery
Japanese vase by Tatsuzo Shimaoka. - Asianin Asian
Japanese vase by Tatsuzo Shimaoka. - Asianin Asian
Kinkozan Sobei VII vase - Asianin Asian
Japanese Satsuma vase by Kinkozan and Chokuzan. - Asianin Asian
Japanese Satsuma vase by Kaizan. - Asianin Asian
Japanese Vase By Kinkozan SobeiVII - Asianin Asian

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  1. Yes the Makuzu Kiln used this specific mark in 1910 as mentioned in Master Potter of Meiji Japan by Clare Pollard. Thank you very much for your comments.
  2. Thank you very much for your comments. This vase has two marks one impressed and the other in red gilded. The red gild mark had a bubble in the kiln (I think) and lost half of the mark. Here are the p...
  3. Thank you very much for your appreciated comments.
  4. Thank you very much. Very much appreciated.
  5. Thank you very much. Your comments are much appreciated.
  6. Thank you very much. Your comments are much appreciated.
  7. Thank you very much for your comments. They are much appreciated.
  8. It looks like was made by hamada Shinsaki.
  9. Thank you very much for your comments. Yes it's a very interesting piece since include the core of buddha's teachings which for I can see in this vase is: Search for enlightenment by Dominating the ...
  10. I agree. Thanks
  11. Thank you very much for your comments.
  12. I have to thank Sandra for her help to suggest the Taisho Period. And thanks to you for your comments.
  13. Thank you very much for your comments. Yes, I am his fan too.
  14. My pleasure. Thank you very much for your comments.
  15. Thank you very much for your comments. Yes I love this piece, is one of my best ones.
  16. Yes he was unique in his designs. He used frequently ropes for patterns in his pieces. Thank you very much for your comments.
  17. Thank you very much for your comments. Yes to me it looks like Ming Style? But not sure about age too.
  18. Very beautiful piece.
  19. Wowww, your fo dog is stunning. Very beautiful piece.
  20. Thank you very much for your comments. I just joined the gotheborg.com. As soon as i discover about any pieces I'll post it here. Thanks again
  21. Thank you very much for your comments.
  22. Thank you very much for your comments. There are much appreciated.
  23. Thank you very much for your comments. There are much appreciated.
  24. Thank you very much for your comments. There're appreciated.
  25. Thank you very much for your comments. There much appreciated.
  26. Thank you very much for your comments. I really appreciate them
  27. Thank you very much for your comments. There much appreciated.
  28. The inside of the vase has two levels of crackle, the outside looks like just one level of crackle. Thank you very much for all the comments. They are appreciated.
  29. Thank you very much for your comments. There are appreciated
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  31. Thank you very much for your comments. There are much appreciated.
  32. Thank you very much for your comments.
  33. Thank you very much for your comments.
  34. Thank you very much for your comments. There are very appreciated.
  35. Thank you very much for your comments, I will follow your advice. Thanks again.
  36. Thank you very much to sonjar and shrine for helping me solve the making of this beautiful vase. Thank you very much again. Your help is much appreciated.
  37. Thank you very much for all your help. Is very much appreciated. I like very much the quality of the images, it looks like it was done by a very good artist. Thanks again
  38. Thank you very much for all your help. I really appreciate it.
  39. Thank you very much for all your help. Is very much appreciated. It has some hairlines at the inside bottom but don't go through the outside foot. And thank you for your recommendations I will have it...
  40. Thank you very much for your help. Is much appreciated. The vase is 9"H X 10" W. I had found another similar vase in Google that was 11th. Century. I was a little skeptical for the old age, but now th...
  41. Thank your very much for your comments.
  42. Thank you very much for your comments, I like it very much too.
  43. It's 19th century Kawamoto Masukichi made by Imura Yokohama.
  44. I got a comment saying it's Japanese earthenware probably 18th century or older that I appreciated a lot. But not completely sure about this one.
  45. This vase is 18th century Japanese earthenware. Thanks to the wonderful help of Sandra Simon.
  46. Somebody told me they were planters from Mexico?.
  47. Somebody told me they were planters from Mexico. Could they be?
  48. Thank you for the suggestion, I am new in CW and I'll try on your advice, thanks again.
  49. Thank you very much.
  50. Thanks, I like it a lot too.
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