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Admin28.07.2021

Japanese Satsuma Pottery

It is named after the Satsuma provinces, but was made in many parts of Japan, notably in Kyoto.
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Admin10.07.2021

Japanese Satsuma Pottery

The circle with a cross that often makes up a part of the Satsuma pottery base mark is the Shimazu family crest.
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Admin22.08.2021

How to Date Japanese Satsuma Vases

The Japanese themselves had very little interest in this ware.
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Admin25.08.2021

Japanese Satsuma Pottery

Other artists are Chin Jukan XIV 1926- , Satsuma Jukan sei and Chin Jukan XV 1959- Chineike Chinzan Chokuzan Choshuzan Choshuzan, alternative reading ZHO or naka , SHU and ZAN yama.
Admin31.07.2021

How to Date Japanese Satsuma Vases

Collecting Satsuma Pottery Collecting Japanese Meiji Period Satsuma Pottery — What to look out for? Mark: Satsuma, modern mark dated 1979.
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Admin22.09.2021

How to Date Japanese Satsuma Vases

Mark: Satsuma in Japanese hiragana characters their native syllabary.
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Admin21.08.2021

Collecting Satsuma Pottery. Japanese Meiji Period Earthenware

Mark: Shimazu family crest and below that Satsuma Yaki, the last character in Satsuma is abbreviated.
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Admin21.07.2021

Japanese Satsuma Pottery

were first developed in the Satsuma Han and produced, mostly for export to the West, in cities such as Kyoto, Tokyo, Nagoya and Yokohama.
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Admin09.08.2021

Japanese Satsuma Pottery

Chin also used the name Gyokuzan between 1874-1897.
2008
Admin31.07.2021

Japanese Satsuma Pottery

At the same time, other artists were producing exquisite wares of the highest quality.
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Admin23.07.2021

Collecting Satsuma Pottery. Japanese Meiji Period Earthenware

Satsuma export decorative style The success of the Satsuma export decorative style inspired many followers, some of which have a stoneware body or one of pure white porcelain.
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Admin04.09.2021

Japanese Satsuma Pottery

One of the most common marks on Kyoto Satsuma dragonware during the second half of the Meiji period 1868-1912 is that of Choshuzan, mostly in conjuction with another artist and some kind of commendatory mark such as respectfully made.
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