Japanese Satsuma earthenware pierced parcel gilt vase, Meiji period (1868-1912), late 19thc., the ovoid body finely painted in overglaze enamels with figural reserves featuring traditional Japanese narratives framed by floral and foliate designs, the scroll-foot quadripartite base decorated en suite, marked underfoo Dai Nihon Kinzan zukuri, marked underfoot as pictured, approx 23"h, 11.75"diam, 19lbs **Provenance: Our consignor through her mother by inheritance from the estate of Solomon Alexander Torf (London, California, 1902-1993), antique collector and owner of the House of Props, Beverly Hills, California** Start Price: $100.00
5.8.18- vase sits slightly askew, bottom is as shown intact with fractures, the interior shows some fractures with possible restorations 5.18.18-- DESCRIPTION UDATED WITH MARK IDENTIFICATION
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