An earthenware vase, of small baluster form. By the Sh’un studio. 1868 – 1912, late 19th century. The body depicting a small flock of Cockerel, feeding amongst a group of wild flowers. The top collar of the vase with a millefleurs (thousand flower) decoration and geometric border patterning. The work applied using a multitude of coloured enamels, then intricately detailed in gold. Signed “Kyoto, Sh’un” in an painted seal to the underside of the base. Excellent Condition, without any damage. 9.5cm in height. At Matsuri Japanese Art, your undivided trust is of the upmost importance to our continued success. All items go through a multi-point inspection, examining their authenticity and condition, before being offered for sale. All items are our own stock, and do not belong to dealers or external third parties. We do not offer a consignment or re-sale service. We do not offer any in-house restoration, however can recommend local restorers and representatives upon request. All items are professionally packaged to avoid damage whilst in transit. Matsuri Japanese Art is not directly responsible for any loss or damage incurred through transit. All items offered for sale include a detailed description as well as a range of high-resolution photos. The item “Antique Meiji-period Japanese Satsuma painted Cockeral & floral vase by Sh’un” is in sale since Sunday, February 14, 2021. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Vases”. The seller is “the-kinkozan-man” and is located in Clayton South, VIC. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Featured Refinements: satsuma vase
- Region of Origin: Japan
- Age: 1850-1899
- Primary Material: Porcelain & Pottery
- Maker: Shoun
- Original/Reproduction: Antique Original
- Color: Multi-Color