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.
Satsuma ware figure of standing Hotei second half 19th century
Japanese Art | Satsuma ware figure of standing Hotei | F1902.56
Satsuma Kutani THOUSAND FACES Japanese Teapot - Tea Set Satsuma Kutani THOUSAND FACES Japanese Teapot - Tea Set Satsuma Kutani THOUSAND FACES Japanese Teapot - Tea Set
Satsuma Kutani THOUSAND FACES Japanese Teapot - Tea Set
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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
19th century signed Kutani box. c. 1875
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 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.