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Satsuma, Kutani, Imari

I collect Japanese porcelain and earthenware. These three styles are my favourites. They date from a wide range of periods. Lots for sale on the Net, many cheap junk and mass-produced knock-offs. These pieces are originals made by master craftsmen.

仲田錦玉 陶 歴 内庁御用達 小松美術作家協会 伝統工芸士 日本工芸会準会員

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Kutani figurine

Japanese Ceramics - artelino

Rectangular Satsuma kogo, Kinkozan

Extraordinary Satsuma casket with peacock and orb finial on pierced cover and flanked by a pair of figural youths. Painted decorations of figures in landscapes, anonymous, c. 1870-1880

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

The Ivory Tower

19th century signed Kutani box. c. 1875

19th century Kutani plate

Imari bowl compote c. 1860

Japanese Imari Bowl Compote c.1860

Imari charger, Edo period. 2,500 dollars

Japanese Imari Charger, 19th Century, Edo Period

19th century Arita ribbed Imari vase

19th century Satsuma stoppered bottle

19th C. Japanese Satsuma Earthenware Stoppered Bottle

Stunning 19th century Japanese earthenware Satsuma plate with unusual lotus flower shaped scalloped rim. The plate is profusely decorated with figures in a garden scene highlighted with gilt.

19th C. Japanese Satsuma Plate With Lotus Flower Scalloped Rim
  • Janet Davies

    This is beautiful!! would love to own some of this but too expensive.