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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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Kinkozan Vase Meiji period. - Asianin Asian
Makuzu Kozan vase circa 1910  - Asianin Asian
Porcelain Vase by Makuzu Kozan 1890s - Asianin Asian
Iris Vase by Makuzu Kozan  - Asianin Asian
Makuzu Kozan incense burner - Asianin Asian
Chinese bronze incense burner 19th century  Quing dynasty  - Asianin Asian
T´zu Chou vases Ming dynasty  - Asianin Asian
Makuzu Kozan Money bag - Asianin Asian
Kinkozan vase. - Asianin Asian
Sake Ewer by Nakamura Ryozan from Yasuda Co. - Asianin Asian

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  1. Thank you very much. Very much appreciated.
  2. I found another Kinkozan vase with almost the same marks and say: Dai Nippon Kyoto, Kinkozan sei zo to base. And it’s dated Meiji period, 19th to early 20th C. Looks like is just missing Tsukuru . T...
  3. Thank you very much. Very much appreciated.
  4. Looks like an approximation is dai Nippon Japan Kyoto Capital Kinkozan Tsukuru.
  5. Thank you very much. Your comments are much appreciated.
  6. Thank you very much. Very much appreciated.
  7. Thank you very much. Your comments are much appreciated. Yes it’s a lovely design and around this time the Makuzu studio made different vases with different birds motifs.
  8. I’ll try to find the signature for Kachin Fuugetsu for comparison. Thank you very much.
  9. Thank you very much for your appreciated comments. Looks like the blank was made by Kawamoto Masukichi and the decoration was made by Imura but I was told there were more decorator signatures in there...
  10. Thank you very much for your appreciated comments. I was very lucky to get this one with sculpted attachments and no damage, because a lot of this period pieces have cracks, chips or broken attachments.
  11. Thank you very much. I received help from the bronze group in FB telling me the fakers knew not to write it this way and that only Japanese bronze makers and in the Quing period did this.
  12. Thank you very much. Very much appreciated. Yes there are some with similarities with one piece there and it’s a big one too. I love his work with the Fuki-e (sprayed pigment) in this piece.
  13. Thank you very much. Very much appreciated.
  14. Thank you very much for your comments.
  15. In the purchase description was mentioned that they were probably Song, Ming or Qing and one of them has a republic period wooden lid. I posted them later to a Chinese group and they were dated to the...
  16. Thank you very much. I will post some more of them soon.
  17. Thank you very much for all your comments. They are very much appreciated.
  18. Thank you very much. I love the roosters motif.
  19. I agree with you. Thank you very much.
  20. There is very little information about Ryozan but looks like he was the second Ryozan as his teacher was the first one. The Yasuda company (Kyoto Tojiki Goshi Kaisha ) was founded in 1896 and thinking...
  21. It’s called optical blue glaze. Still not sure if Japanese.
  22. Thank you very much.
  23. This Satsuma Koro is one of my favorites displaying different vases produced in Japan. Thank you very much fo your comments.
  24. Thank you very much. Very much appreciated.
  25. Thank you very much for your comments and help. Very much appreciated.
  26. Thank you very much for your appreciated comments. This mark was precisely dated as in 1910 by Clare Pollard in the Master Potter of the Meiji Japan. There are just a couple of marks dated so precisel...
  27. Thank you very much for your comments. Yes they are hard to date, even Clare Pollard the author of Master Potter of the Meiji Japan gave us this time frame for this precise mark (1880-early 1890s). I ...
  28. Thank you very much for your comments. I like it very much for its simplicity and turtle being an auspicious symbol for fertility, vitality, great patience and good fortune for 10,000 years of happ...
  29. Thank you very much for your comments. I love this vase and he specialized in dragons and been doing them since he was a kid.
  30. Thank you very much. I appreciate your comments. I treasure them and enjoyed them every time I see them in my curio cabinet.
  31. This Vase is Chinese and I think it’s early 20th century but not completely sure. Thank you very much for your kind words.
  32. Yes the jewel is for everybody to use (mentally). Thank you very much. Your comments are much appreciated.
  33. Yes. This one is with no damage too. Thank you very much for your comments.
  34. Thank you very much for your comments. Yes I am happy the vase is intact.
  35. 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.
  36. 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...
  37. Thank you very much for your appreciated comments.
  38. Thank you very much. Very much appreciated.
  39. Thank you very much. Your comments are much appreciated.
  40. Thank you very much. Your comments are much appreciated.
  41. Thank you very much for your comments. They are much appreciated.
  42. It looks like was made by hamada Shinsaki.
  43. 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 ...
  44. I agree. Thanks
  45. Thank you very much for your comments.
  46. I have to thank Sandra for her help to suggest the Taisho Period. And thanks to you for your comments.
  47. Thank you very much for your comments. Yes, I am his fan too.
  48. My pleasure. Thank you very much for your comments.
  49. Thank you very much for your comments. Yes I love this piece, is one of my best ones.
  50. Yes he was unique in his designs. He used frequently ropes for patterns in his pieces. Thank you very much for your comments.
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