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Coloured Enamels, Brocade Ground, Signed Hotozan, Search, 19Th Century, Hotozan Sei, Ceramics, Cream
A Satsuma Vase Signed Hotozan sei, Meiji Period (late 19th century) Decorated in various coloured enamels and gilt on a crackled cream glaze with Chinese and Japanese ceramics of various types and forms including Satsuma and Kutani, the neck and shoulder with a white dragon on an ornate brocade ground, a band of ho-o birds and flowers to the foot
Satsuma vase, Yabu Meizan
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Satsuma vase with momiji detail. #JapaneseDecorativeArt #JapaneseCeramics
Satsuma vase with momiji detail.
Satsuma koro by Yabu Meizan
Product, Japanese Satsuma, Folk Art, Gold Golden Things, Incense Burner 香炉, Beautiful Things, Japanese Koro
Satsuma koro by Yabu Meizan. A Koro is a lidded dish, often used to keep rice in it or other goods.
Satsuma koro by Yabu Meizan.
Vase, height 5 inch / 12.5 cm. Mark: Kinkozan tsukuru. This vase is marked with a sticker on the base saying 1934, it is however not known if this is a date. According to the family history it might be the year of acquisition.
Japanese Satsuma, Info Sites, Satsuma Website, Family History
Japanese Satsuma Pottery
Mark: Nambe. As with many others it is not known whether the name denotes an artist or perhaps a factory/studio mark. Date: Late Meiji 1895-1912 or slightly later
Japanese Satsuma, Meiji 1895 1912, Japanese Ceramics, Japanese Porcelain, Japans Porselein, Satsuma Website, Factory Studio Mark
Mark: "Right, 10". Possible a mark indicating the place of the vase within a set. Japanese porcelain. Satsuma looking ware. Possible 1920-30.
Artesanias Crafts, Japanese Satsuma, Japan Оriental, Japanese Porcelain, Chinа Japan, Mark Indicating, Оriental Art
Wooden cross painted turquoise, gold, pink and blue. Our Lady of Guadalupe, pink rose and sequin stars. Madeline Stevens.