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Great painting but who painted it. - Fine Artin Fine Art
19th century Chinese Sow and piglet soapstone carving - Asianin Asian
New Find Kyô-Satsuma Ware Miniature Vase 19th century - Asianin Asian
Ivory Boat with two men - Asianin Asian
Mudmen collection - Asianin Asian
Kutuni Tooth pick holder # 2 - Asianin Asian
Germany Pierrot Clown Ash tray - Potteryin Pottery
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  1. Its Japanese does it have a greenish color to the glaze if so the color is celadon . If you look up Japanese Celadon you will find similar pieces. Its not satsuma maybe Arita or Imari
  2. Eli68 have updated info as for the signature that's the best i can do with what I have for a camera. but will keep trying to see if I can get a better picture.
  3. I general that is true satsuma with a religious themes deity's or with Geisha or even warriors. can command a higher price.it also depends on how many figures are on the piece. But i wouldn't pass up ...
  4. Interesting piece if I had it I would place it with my Chinese pottery I think the shape has more of a Chinese feel than Japanese.
  5. I would say that it's a composite of some sort. I do not see the things I should see if it was ivory
  6. Its not Asian the design of the urn isn't a asian shape. I think it is a mold for plaster decorative pieces that would be accent a wall or ceiling.
  7. The rabbit is different I haven't seen that before but I am not surprised. There is a lot of different pieces you can find with different motifs on them. So I think you could collect this and still fi...
  8. You have a very nice tankard set made by Ryosai date with in 1890-1900's going by the colors.
  9. What does the inside look like ? most like 1900-1930's time frame.
  10. I would be surprised if you did find info on the mark it is most likely made up a fantasy mark. This is a relatively new plate not a antique . Still a interesting piece
  11. I not sure but should be something that goes on top of the helmet but not sure. Does it have any maker marks. (Most likely a reproduction look into good of shape) would have to take to someone that kn...
  12. Your correct in that its Japanese But I don't recognize the mark. I agree with ho2cultcha with it being satsuma with moriage. in looking at what I have in my collection. date it to 1920's most of t...
  13. Thanks glad you like them. I didn't plan on collecting this many but there is something like about them. I know the ones laying down or sitting down and not on a rock you don't see a lot of those. The...
  14. Very nice piece. Could be Silver with a gold wash. Does have the look of tarnished silver. Does it have any makers marks any where? the enamel work is great on this piece. I would not be surprised if ...
  15. If its 925 its sterling and if 825 would be 19K gold but they look silver on my screen so I would say they are Sterling. the K is most like the mark of the maker
  16. Chinese early 20th century 1900-1930 cigarette box would of had a couple other pieces with the set. I believe it would of had wood liner on the top cover too.
  17. Japanese satsuma ware 1900-1910 . As for the stand I haven't seen that before my guess was something found to be used for a stand.
  18. Yes it would of had a pierced lid of some type. Sometimes a metal cover made of silver or bronze or ceramic or wood. I have seen them in a number of ways. You might be able to find one that fits or fi...
  19. Nice satsuma piece mid 19th century Japanese not a modern imitation. It is probably Kyoto satsuma. Looks like it could be Gosu blue decorated I am not positive.
  20. I would always look at design elements on the pieces, colors and bottoms of the pieces, and shape. But I would get some books on imari that shows the differences between Chinese and Japanese imari. Th...
  21. 1900-1930 Sumida ware . Sumida Gawa reffers to low fired pottery which isn't the same thing. The vases should have a signature on the side somewhere on a little white co-touche. it will have the art...
  22. My guess would be 1890-1900 .I would be surprise if you could find one exactly like them. They were made as wedding gifts as a teaching aid for a young couple when they got married.
  23. Well this one has me stumped on whether it is Japanese or Chinese I think I would lean more to being Chinese but I am not sure . I am sure its a ginger jar by how it looks and age wise 19th century th...
  24. Nice Mid to late 19th century Arita (imari) Japanese vase made Koransha - Ko Ran Sha . The mark should be vertical and not horizontal. The first 3 characters on the left looking at it vertical The ma...
  25. I agree not very old but still a nice looking piece,
  26. Nice one.
  27. Nice Jacket I wish I could help but don't know much about textiles. I know a little Chinese Rank Badges but that is about it.
  28. I would say its Chinese over Japanese by the style of the person.
  29. Looking at the style of clothes I would rule out Japanese or Chinese. The hair nor is the style of clothes Japanese or Chinese. I would guess some where in south east Asia maybe. I would look at tradi...
  30. I am in West Peoria IL I would have to go to Chicago or St. Louis which is 2-3 hr drive which doesn't lend it self to being quick thing to do. Not with kids and sports.
  31. I would not have a problems saying its late 18th early 19th it has the right look and wear I would expect to see on a older piece. But to give a pinpoint date that would be very hard to do. I am sure ...
  32. Well glad to help. You helped me also I didn't know about it being called nerikomi I just knew it as Banko by the color of the pottery. I currently do not have any of the nerikomi Banko Haven't found ...
  33. Nice Imari low bowl depicting the The Seven Gods of Luck and Good Fortune Late EDO to early Meiji I have some similar shaped pieces. Ebisu ??? Daikokuten ??? Bishamonten ???? Benzaiten ??? Fuk...
  34. My guess is that they made so many of same style maybe changing the colors and sizes so you should be able to find similar pieces to what you have. But I would not be surprised if they made one of ki...
  35. Its bamboo.Every section that you see on bamboo has that thin wall on the bottom. That why they made cups and brush pots.you can make a lot out of bamboo.
  36. Japanese Banko pottery Its tapestry or marbled clay style. Its made up of colored clay. google you will find similar pieces. They general have a stamped mark on the bottom but yours could be a holde...
  37. Nice Koro I have some Hododa pieces. As for the lip I don't see a issue on the lid being a mental or pottery would most likely sat on the flared lip and not the rim of the opening. good luck on findin...
  38. I am sorry Gillian I was just trying to emphasize how very collectable this type of pottery was. I was just wanting to help the person to know that Coralene is not something put in a yard sale for a ...
  39. I am a fan of Awaji pottery I have 6 or seven pieces. None with the basket weave correct that had one but the wrap was so far gone that I removed it just had some around the neck and bottom parts were...
  40. Does the bottom have a crackle glaze? a fine pattern of small cracks.
  41. My bad I looked over the size, but I think it could be a tea caddie even with the size I found one here that is square form Kinkozan https://www.the-saleroom.com/en-gb/auction-catalogues/philip-ser...
  42. Neat vase I myself would say Japanese 1920's. haven't seen those color before but could be for a different market. Like a Asian market due to the colors. Artfoot could be right on Vietnam. But I woul...
  43. I added a picture of the bottom.
  44. The crackle is common on this type of Japanese pottery.
  45. The bottom mark is almost like a Fuku mark but I haven't been able to find it in any of my books . But I will keep looking
  46. Well I would say its Chinese do how the people look and it looks to be made of bamboo due to the color and how the surface looks if you have a picture of the bottom I would know for sure. It has some ...
  47. Your right it would have had a lid. its a Tea Caddie possible a ginger jar but I lean more for being a tea caddie. Japanese most likely Kinkozan pottery does it have a marl. Mid to late Meiji period
  48. You have a nice pair of Japanese Coralene vases 1910-1920'S date range. If you look up Japanese Coralene you will find lots of examples. Very collectable at auction $500 or higher each depending on ...
  49. I figured it out it is early Brush Mccoy pottery Amaryllis Candle Holder
  50. Nice Kutani vase i like that shape I have several Japanese vase that are that shape not Kutani thou.
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