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Admin30.07.2021

Japanese Satsuma Pottery

Satsuma vases often come in pairs and are elaborately decorated with gold leaf and crackled glaze.
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Admin08.07.2021

Collecting Satsuma Pottery. Japanese Meiji Period Earthenware

Mark: Satsuma, modern mark dated 1979.
3007
Admin25.08.2021

Japanese Satsuma Pottery

At the same time, other artists were producing exquisite wares of the highest quality.
3701
Admin02.07.2021

Collecting Satsuma Pottery. Japanese Meiji Period Earthenware

Jan-Erik Nilsson Introductory text written by and together with several expert members of the.
9708
Admin29.07.2021

How to Date Japanese Satsuma Vases

This ware is in fact an export product specifically designed in the mid 19th century to cater to the western export market.
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Admin04.09.2021

Japanese Satsuma Pottery

These were mass produced during this time and sold to western military personnel on the bases and to visitors and tourists.
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Admin07.08.2021

Collecting Satsuma Pottery. Japanese Meiji Period Earthenware

The first historical kilns here were established by Korean potters in the late 16th century.
3802
Admin22.09.2021

How to Date Japanese Satsuma Vases

Satsuma Gosu Blue was produced in a very limited quantity in Kyoto in the mid-19th century, and is now the most sought after of the Satsuma wares.
9700
Admin09.08.2021

How to Date Japanese Satsuma Vases

Japanese sources suggest the Satsuma pottery tradition dates from the 17thC, but firm identification of any pieces earlier than the 19thC is difficult.
2606
Admin21.07.2021

Japanese Satsuma Pottery

Mark: Bizan under the Shimazu family crest.
1505
Admin04.09.2021

Japanese Satsuma Pottery

Bizan, Taisho period 1912-1926 1331.
1903