Japanese Kutani Kinrande Porcelain Vase with Bijin by Kaburaki, Ishikawa - Meiji (Code 2536)
A late 19th century Japanese Kutani kinrande porcelain vase. It is of small form and baluster shape with twin handles. The front is painted with bijin seated outdoors with flowers. Cell borders separate the opposing side with foraging game birds. There is extensive use of gilt for further pattern work. It is signed to the bottom for kutani and also for Kaburaki. Kaburaki was (and still is) porcelain merchants and retailer in Japan which started in the early 19th century and still operates today in Ishikawa and Tokyo. Very nicely decorated as you can see.
Flat chip to foot as can be seen, the vase can still be displayed to good effect. Otherwise just minor wear.
Height: 14 cm ( 5 1/2 inch )
Width: 7.2 cm ( 2 7/8 inch )
Weight: 170 grams (before packing)
Stock Code: 2536 MR21-4
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