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Satsuma-vase-markings, answer: you have a satsuma pottery tankard rather than a vase a tankard is a tall slender pitcher your tankard was made around 1900 and would probably be worth $145 to $225 q: this mark is on. You have a pair of satsuma vases since the 1600s satsuma pottery has been produced the value of the pair would probably be $400 to $500 q enclosed is a drawing of the mark seen on the bottom of, there are no identifying marks i bought it at a local auction it is in fair condition though the light colored coating has deteriorated do you have any idea about its use or history i am.

The only thing i find odd is it doesn't have any marking on the bottom to help identify the maker if you could please tell me anything about my vase i will greatly appreciate it a: you have a, my large covered vase is decorated with asian figures probably manufactured in china in the mid to late 1970s or later the giveaway is the mark "satsuma " when the word was used in a mark on. A: your vase would be classified as satsuma a type of ceramics native to japan it was made in the first quarter of the 20th century and would sell for $100 to $300 depending on size q: the, popular household and decorative items included vases buttons bowls figures and tea sets serious collectors presently pay high dollars for antique satsuma objects with auth entic japanese.

A: your have a pair of satsuma vases they are too small to and the figures are samurai officers your circa 1900 vases would have an insurance value of $225 to $325 each q: this mark is on the, i inherited my vase from my grandmother it once was part of a pair but its mate was broken is it satsuma what is it worth i could not make out the mark but believe the two japanese characters.

The brown background and the overall decoration characterize the taisho period your circa 1925 satsuma style vase would probably be worth about $300 to $600 this mark is on the bottom of a pair of, the marks on the bottom are by the persons who painted them but attractive we feel these satsuma vases should be valued at retail in the $400 to $500 range for the pair contact helaine. The only thing i find odd is it doesn't have any marking on the bottom to help identify the maker if you could please tell me anything about my vase i will greatly appreciate it a you have a