SOLD! for $1,240.00.
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- Low Estimate: $2,000.00
- High Estimate: $2,400.00
- Realized: $1,240.00
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Japanese Meiji period Satsuma style relief-molded earthenware censer, marks for workshop of Miyagawa (Makuzu) Kozan (1842-1916). Thickly potted, crackle-glazed body with enameled floral and bird decoration, further adorned with applied, molded naturalistic bird and flowering branch decoration. Pierced lid with three dimensional molded and carved hawk finial. Base of censer signed with characters enclosed in an incised double gourd shaped mark. 13 1/2" H. Late 19th century. Kozan was born into a family of potters in Kyoto. He set up a workshop in Yokohama and was appointed as an artist to the Imperial Household in 1896. CONDITION: Scattered breaks and hairline cracks to raised decoration on body. Wear and losses to painted enameled decoration.