Signed Kinkozan Tsukuru Meiji Japanese Satsuma Multi-scene Bowl - Museum Quality


Signed Kinkozan Tsukuru Meiji Japanese Satsuma Multi-scene Bowl - Museum Quality

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Signed Kinkozan Tsukuru Meiji Japanese Satsuma Multi-scene Bowl - Museum Quality:
$1,525



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Museum Quality Meiji Japanese Satsuma multi-scene, highly detailed bowl by Kinkozan and Sozan.





Brand/Provenance: Satsuma, Japan.

Age: Meiji Period (1868 - 1912).

Size: The piece measures 12cm in diameter X 6.5cm in height.

Artist/signature: The piece is signed "Kinkozan Tsukuru" (Kinkozan Kyoto made) to the base.

Condition: The piece is in superb condition. It has one tiny, flatchipto the gilding on the outer edge and a very small, tight hairline running down. There is also some very light gilding wear to the bowl, commensurate through age. NO other issues or restoration.

Comments: A Museum Quality Meiji Japanese Satsuma multi-scene panel bowl. The piece is decorated with variousscene panels to both in the inside and outside of the bowl. On the inside, these include various figural processions and a meditating god. On the outside, the panels include a festive procession with figures on stilts, dancing frogs, various learned gods or people of high importance, a special gathering around flowers and other floral decoration.

Between the panels, the spaces are filled with 'millefleurs' (thousand flower) patterns. The borders are filled withfinelydetailed geometric and floral designed patterns. The number of tiny This piececlearlyjustifies why Sozan is the most esteemed of all of Kinkozan's studio artists.


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Signed Kinkozan Tsukuru Meiji Japanese Satsuma Multi-scene Bowl - Museum Quality:
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