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Lisa Kokin, "Fauxliage: No Birds Sing", 2011. Thread, wire, page fragments from Silent Spring (1962) by Rachel Carson 70 x 24 x 8 in. Courtesy of the artist and Seager Gray Gallery, Mill Valley, CA. http://www.thecjm.org/on-view/in-the-past/do-not-destroy-trees-art-and-jewish-thought/about

A Famille Rose Vase, #Qianlong Mark, Republic Period, Estimate: $4,000/6,000 #asianart #republicperiod #famillerose #michaans http://www.michaans.com/highlights/2013/highlights_06232013.php

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Small Gold Vase/Bowl

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Japanese Satsuma Gilt Moriage Porcelain Pitcher Sign In to see what this sold for Rare Japanese Satsuma Gilt Moriage Porcelain Pitcher: finely painted on the globular body and tall slender cylindrical neck with heavily gilt flowers and vines: with tall C-scroll handle and V-shaped spout: three character blue sign on the base: Circa 1900

Rare, outstanding Satsuma box with cat finial on the cover and raised on four figural mice feet. Painted decoration of figures in garden interior, frolicking monkeys on the verso, and courtly youths on the side panels, by Yabu Meizan

Satsuma koro. Mark: Satsuma yaki under the Shimazu family crest. As all the blue, including the mark, is Gosu blue, Presumed date to the earlier part of the Meiji period, around 1880 or thereabouts.

Antique/Vintage Japanese Satsuma Porcelain Vase Moriage Enamel & Gold 7 1/8" #Seepictureofmakersmarks

Japanese Satsuma Ware Pottery Vase, decoration of a flowering prunus tree green, red and gosu blue. Japan, circa 1801-1900

Japanese antique "Satsuma" ware porcelain vase. Very nice details and gold leaf accents. Signed by the maker. Late 19th century. 10" high.