I found a vase 3ft high. It would be best to either show the set to a dealer to check or use the online antique valuation service we recommend. Inspect the decoration. It has a decal “Japan” and another marking under the glaze. You send them images and details of the piece and they will provide an age and value. Can u help me if i send a picture of mark??? Hello can you tell me if this is a Satsuma mark? Two Satsuma wares a plate and a small vase, Meiji period, late 19th century, with jinzan marks, the plate decorated with warrior figures engaged in a narrative in a landscape setting… A pair of Japanese Satsuma vases Mejij period (1868-1912) decorated in 2 panel cartouches depicting figurative scenes signed kukozo to the base of each Height 32 cm 971. Thanks by advance, You will find that the word left or right is followed by a japanese number. Meizan has pieces authenticated as being done in Kanazawa (Kutani). From United States . Chin Jukan XIV (1926-) (Satsuma Jukan sei). Sandra Andacht, in her Treasury of Satsuma book, quotes a 19th century visitor to the Kinkozan factory, saying that "the same glazed pots were decorated in two styles, the one being called Kyoto or Awata ware, and the other Satsuma". Mark: "Right 右, 5". Give it a shot! It has a back stamp on the base of the plates. I could not find it on the Gothenburg site. I believe it was purchased early 1900’s. The crest consists of a gold circle and a cross within it on a red background. Hi Mariam. Greetings, Among other achievements the kiln was commissioned for works to be presented to the Prince of Wales, the 25th wedding anniversary gift for the Taisho emperor and the Showa Emperors coronation gift. Satsuma pottery was made in, or around Kagoshima in Kyushu, Japan in the later part of the 19th century, through to the early 1920's in Satsuma in southern Japan. The milk jug has a clear mark on the bottom that can only be seen when you get it in the right light. Examine the pottery body and look for a faint cream or ivory tint and a “crackle glaze” with tiny faint lines. Originating in the 17th century, Satsuma porcelain was very well known in the Western world and highly sought after during the Meiji era in Japan. Hello, Can anyone shed light on this jar, which I assume is Satsuma ware and the marks. I recently boght this pottery (probably a incense holder) and I would like to find out if it could be real Satsuma or not. I was told it was called “The Immortals” and guessing the date she got it was sometime before 1950. The cup and saucer are Satsuma turn of century 1900, worth somewhere in area of 100 to 300 each set, Your email address will not be published. The first generation of, 464. Nikko Nippon Nippon Jap. SETSUZEN, gold mark with 'mon' and JAPAN in gold. Hi Mandy – have you checked out the online valuation service we recommend? thank you, Helps if you can see what I’m asking about , This is from a Satsuma vase,any information greatly received. Marks was also applied for different reasons that on the Chinese porcelain. This series of events relating to pottery is the reason why the War of Bunroku-Keicho is called the “Pottery Wars”. Japanese porcelain. It’s large and cool looking so for my $20 not too much of an investment. It’s red with two lines, then a perpendicular line next to a box with a line through it. Introductory text written by and together with several expert members of the Gotheborg Discussion Board. I am not sure if I have taken the correct side for the base as I cannot read/ understand the letters. Although hand painted, factory mass produced, and appearing with several decorator's marks. Later on, Satsuma style wares was also produced in Yokohama and Tokyo. If you do have a piece that you suspect is genuine Satsuma, there are many on-line Satsuma resources that can help you identify the mark. Moon flask, height 8 1/2 inch, signed. Nov 30, 2020 - Explore Steve Sottile's board "Japanese Satsuma Porcelain" on Pinterest. Satsuma Showcases Moriage Technique. Anne. This is the 12 1/2 ” tall Satsuma Moriage Vase that I got from my aunt after she passed. Artist signature: "Hododa". Hello, Martin. Do you want to sell? I have a pair of vases with this mark. Shigaraki pottery is in Shiga Prefecture. Satsuma pottery is Japanese. The artist Yabu Meizan (1853-1934) had his own studio operating from approx 1880s to 1920s. How the heck do you identify something like this. Artist signature: "Hododa". I am embarking on the daunting task of identifying a number of pieces. If you have drawn a blank online, try using the online antique evaluation site we recommend. Just to make it easier for the interested collector to find his way to the information offered here, I have chosen to collect any and all Satsuma looking wares, here. Date of Manufacture declared on all Antique Satsuma Vases. Thanks. They all have this mark. Any information would be gratefully appreciated. Is there such thing as Toyama satsuma ? I do not read Japanese at all, apart from a few simple Kanji that I have become used to. yes, it is famous for the tanuki figures. Toyama could be the name of the maker. Hi could you provide any information on this set I purchased in Austria. You may find that some pieces of pottery have very similar looking marks, which is good for people like us who are looking to find the authenticity. Does anyone recognize these markings. Satsuma has actually been made since around 1600, but those were not for export, and very few featured faces until the mid-19th century. Porcelain with moriage decoration in 'Satsuma' style. Hi! See more ideas about satsuma, japanese porcelain, satsuma vase. Thanks in advance! Looking at the marking will let you know a rough date and if the item is worth anything or not. The maximum upload file size: 2 MB.You can upload: image.Links to YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and other services inserted in the comment text will be automatically embedded. Shimazu family crest above cartouche. This looks like a modern piece, not antique. RH column obviously Dai Nippon. It is a circle with a cross in the middle. First half of the 20th century. https://farm9.staticflickr.com/8657/30561844065_ae81f56ce8_m.jpg. Date 'OJ' period (1945-52). Blue and white pieces are normally Chinese, not Japanese. The old Japanese ceramic industry was in many ways smaller in scale compared to the Chinese. Shop with confidence. You obviously have some experience in this area! Jan-Erik Nilsson While several readings are possible, Hododa is the most common among collectors. In 2004 and from then on my warm thank you goes to John Wocher and Howard Reed whose knowledge and interest has sparked a new life into this section and given reason for a new overhaul. Hi, could you please help me identify these markings? Here’s a picture of an identical set, can’t find any specific information on when and who it was by. You will probably get the answers you need there. I’m trying to figure out if this set is worth anything! The most recent larger contribution was made by Lisa M. Surowiec, New Jersey, USA. Worked for Seikozan and can be the actual source for many of their pieces. The Japanese marks section of Gotheborg.com originally came to be thanks to a donation of Japanese marks images from Karl-Hans Schneider, Euskirchen, Germany, in may 2000, that gave me a modest but nonetheless beginning. From United States. It is a pair of Buddha statues. Many thanks in advance. They all have this symbol on the bottom. I am just rying to find out who made these of a Japanese Man and Woman. The vase you have is signed Misugi. I will send a photo of the vase also. This can take a little practise though and does not always give good results - especially with hand painted markings and definitely when it comes to people's names. Hi , Any observations on this mark? Find great deals on eBay for satsuma pottery. It has been speculated that several artists might have worked under this name from differences in the calligraphy of the mark. Pair of vases, Kyoto style Satsuma. Like an N and underneath it’s hard to say… Maybe a 3, 8, S and has 3 dots around all of it and above that mark it has another triangle but the mark is to fuzzy to read at all. Look at the Korean translation on the right hand side, which will give you a good chance at a phonetic translation. They are not to be used for any financial or commercial decisions but for educational and personal interest only and can and will be changed here as further information merits. A paper label notes: “signed with crest of prince of Satsuma” (they are from the estate of my stepmother, who was a professional dealer of antique glass & china). Janie, Hi, My grandmother gave me as a wedding gift, her own 12 piece tea set, which she said was a Satsuma pottery set. https://ibb.co/kJ3yo0 Mark: 356. I have used the valuation service Satsuma Pottery Valuation Servicehere before and it is pretty accurate. 1267. Examine these regularly to see if you can spot your one there. Can you tell me anything about them? Description: Jacksons Antique are pleased to offer a stunning Japanese satsuma vase from the Meiji period. It’s Shimazu, but I can’t date it. Date: Taisho (1913-1926) to early Left: Shimazu family crest followed by cartouche reading "Shuzan"; right cartouche reads "Shozan". Koro, with decoration of "Arhats" (sages) etc., Mark: Likely to be a commissioning agent and not a manufacturer, 346. Do you already know more about the stamp? Hi, Can you tell me anything about this vase? Often complex marks including Dai Nippon and name of individual potter. Satsuma. From shop collectivecollage. But by the 1950s, the antique Satsuma was rediscovered by collectors and the pottery from Asia was prized. I have plates, bowls and small tea cups. Maker's marks and artist's signatures on antique and modern Japanese porcelain. Many early Japanese pottery marks were hand-painted, as they were viewed as a signature. Many markings will have the "Dai Nippon" mark on the right, the name of the maker on the top left and "Zo" underneath. Possible 1920-30. You can look at the resources and guides in the https://www.satsuma-pottery.com/is-my-satsuma-pottery-genuine page. There is a number 91 or 16 and a number 8 under a horizontal line and to the left of a vertical line. Antique Satsuma Pottery Plate small size 3 1/2 inch collector plate 1920's 1930's Bird, Flowers, Shimazu family crest ... Satsuma Teapot - Marked with genuine Satsuma Shimazu family crest mark - c1930 MicksVintageShop. Could you help me about this marks (porcelain Satsuma arround 1950´s) ? Hi is this Japanese authentic or Chinese mass produced. In the Satsuma region in Southern Japan there was a burgeoning Korean immigrant population that was producing a variety of pottery at the time. Satsuma style Moriage Dragon Ware Tea Set. Thank you so very much! Its satsuma ware, with lithophane geisha girls in the cup. Satsuma or Satsuma Yaki, generic marks Generic Satsuma marks refer to marks added to a Japanese ceramic piece to indicate a style in general instead being the name of a specific company, studio or any individual artist. A Japanese Satsuma pottery 'beehive' waterdropper, Meiji period, painted with figures in interiors on a spiral brocade pattern ground, gilt three character mark in a leaf shaped reserve, 3in. Trying to identify my vase. Cette paire de vases dont la signature se trouve au fond de chaque vases a t elle de la valeur ? Glenn. This is a Chinese mark. Satsuma. Approx value £300 or £400 and as you say, worth £10,000 to me! This site was very helpful to help identify a Kinkozan mark. Thx, It looks very similar to the image in the “To Be Identified” section at the bottom of this Kutani page: https://www.gotheborg.com/marks/kutani.shtml. A Let’s talk Satsuma. Thanks. Satsuma was produced in Kagoshima, Kyoto, Tokyo, Osaka, Kobe, and Kanazawa by hundreds of known artists, in many styles and by literally thousands of unknown decorators. Pieces are marked Kozan, or Makuzu, or both, marks being drawn or impressed. Showa (1926-1988), meaning 1920s to 30s. Many of the Japanese makers marks on Satsuma porcelain or pottery are simply the name of the person who made the item, or a generic marking such as "Dai Nippon Satsuma". Could anyone help identify an eggshell tea set? All the other pieces have printed in red: DECORATED IN HONG KONG. A section which was then greatly extended by Ian & Mary Heriot of which a large amount of information still awaits publication. The “20” on there also worries me that it would be real. I am only an interested collector, so will not be able to help value or even identify your piece. Mark: "Right" 右 plus a character possible "Gold". Anybody know more? How To Read Satsuma Marks. Satsuma-ware derives its name from the region of Satsuma, Japan where the style of porcelain and ceramic works originated. Hello I have a really nice large vase with a lid that is ornately decorated which has a reddish brown (maroon) background throughout. 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