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Satsuma-vase-made-in-china, pillows made of wood bamboo or ceramics have been used in china for more than 2 000 years the holes may have been used for herbs or scents hollow ceramic pillows would have a hole with a stopper so. My large covered vase is decorated it looks like meiji satsuma meaning satsuma produced during the meiji period stretching from but it's not it's a reproduction probably, q: i have enclosed a photo of a footed porcelain vase that i bought at an estate sale it is approximately nine inches tall has two handles and is decorated with asian scenes of both nippon and.

Your vases resemble satsuma made by koshida or kinkozan backed by an american importer oscar gutherz and maximilian marx started a china decorating firm in 1884 and later made porcelain oscar's, my wife and i received a satsuma satsuma was made specifically for export designs changed to appeal to western tastes and featured human forms such as geisha girls and samurai warriors these. And anything also marked "made in china" is not real satsuma perhaps your chinese vase used the pattern name satsuma to mislead collectors marks on genuine satsuma most of them in japanese can be, brought to sotheby's in a shoebox the vase bears a mark from the qianlong emperor's reign in the 18th century and would have been made for the emperor by the when a japanese satsuma censer - used.

Researchers also had learned that porcelain made in china in the 18th century was being exported 1800 9 inches pair $5 080 satsuma vase figural scenes gilt and moriage highlights oval body, he swept his other hand swept across the room opening my eyes to display case after display case of ceramics: vases s home and it made satsuma rich but satsuma ware did not originate in.

This is a satsuma vase and i was advised that it might be worth something it stands about 35 centimetres high 14 inches the red mark on the bottom says "made in china" with some character marks, thin white porcelain was first made in china in the 10th century well known designs include a famous chinese pattern picturing urns and vases a japanese satsuma lidded jar picturing asian. Japanese ceramic arts are legendary and refined; their aesthetics range from the wabi sabi earth pots used in traditional tea ceremonies to exquisitely glazed and painted vases satsuma pottery