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Creator: Satsuma
A Nice Early 20th Century Japanese Satsuma Porcelain Plate
By Satsuma
Located in New York, NY
A Nice Early 20th Century Japanese Imperial Satsuma Porcelain Plate Beautifully painted with men, women and a dragon, sitting in a bronze frame. Details: Height on stand – 4 inches...
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Early 20th Century Japanese Belle Époque Satsuma Furniture

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Bronze

Japanese Imperial Satsuma vase, circa 1900
By Satsuma
Located in Brighton, Sussex
A fine quality and imposing late 19th Century Japanese Imperial Satsuma vase. Having a cobalt blue ground, scrolling gilded foliate decoration to the...
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Late 19th Century Japanese Antique Satsuma Furniture

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Porcelain

Important Antique Japanese Meiji Satsuma Covered Urn Vase with Foo Dog
By Satsuma
Located in Atlanta, GA
We present an exceptional Satsuma porcelain urn or covered vase from the Japanese Meiji era (1868-1912). Its splendor and uniqueness are undeniable. The lidded jar is richly decorate...
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Late 19th Century Japanese Meiji Antique Satsuma Furniture

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Enamel

Satsuma Japanese Meiji Miniature Enameled Teapot Kozon Mark
By Satsuma
Located in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire
An exceptional Japanese Satsuma miniature spool shaped pottery teapot and cover finely hand enameled with Kozon mark and dating from around 1880. This delightful teapot has an invers...
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19th Century Japanese Meiji Antique Satsuma Furniture

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Pottery

Pair of Japanese Satsuma 'Moriage' Vases with 'Immortals' Design
By Satsuma
Located in LA CIOTAT, FR
This handsome pair of 20th century glazed and gilded Japanese Satsuma vases, with their vivid, jewel-like colours and elegant baluster-shaped forms, feature the traditional Japanese ...
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20th Century Japanese Satsuma Furniture

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Porcelain

Meiji Period Diminutive Satsuma Baluster Vase.
By Satsuma
Located in Vero Beach, FL
Meiji Period Diminutive Satsuma Baluster Vase. This Japanese Satsuma vase from the late Meiji period is hand painted and gilt decorated with a Japanese landscape in exquisite detail...
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20th Century Japanese Meiji Satsuma Furniture

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Porcelain

Pair Mid-Century Japanese Hand Painted and Gilt Satsuma Porcelain Garden Stools
By Satsuma
Located in Dallas, TX
Decorate a den or a living room with this pair of colorful polychrome garden stools. Created in Japan, circa 1970 and round in shape, the vintage porcelain seats are pierced on the t...
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Mid-20th Century Japanese Satsuma Furniture

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Porcelain

Japanese Antique Satsuma Pottery Buddhist Monks Vase with Shimazu Crest Mark
By Satsuma
Located in Studio City, CA
A beautiful Japanese Satsuma pottery studio vase featuring multiple kesa-clad enlightened Buddhist monks on each side of the vase. The piece is finely detailed with rich raised gilt highlights throughout and beautifully decorated in gold and various hand painted other colors. From the Meiji period (1868-1912). This piece has the all-important Shimazu Family crest mark (red circle with a cross inside) on the base authenticating the work as an old and original Satsumaware work. The mark shows the pottery was made under the rule of the Shimazu clan. From a Los Angeles Collection...
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Early 20th Century Japanese Meiji Satsuma Furniture

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Earthenware, Pottery

Antique circa 1900 Chinese Very Large Earthenware Dragon Planter Plant Egg Pot
By Satsuma
Located in Autonomous City Buenos Aires, CABA
Antique Chinese glazed ceramic egg cup. This brown glazed stoneware urn displays vibrant turquoise tones within. Large egg planter currently being used as ...
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Early 1900s Chinese Chinese Export Antique Satsuma Furniture

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Earthenware

Hand-decorated Chinese Royal Satsuma ceramic vases, 1960s
By Satsuma
Located in Manzano, IT
Hand-decorated Chinese Royal Satsuma ceramic vases, 1960s Stile Vintage Periodo del design 1960 - 1969 Production period Unknown, 1960 - 1969 Year of manufacture 1960 Country of prod...
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1960s Chinese Vintage Satsuma Furniture

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Ceramic

Japanese Satsuma Vases, Pair
By Satsuma
Located in New York, NY
A gorgeous pair of Japanese earthenware Satsuma vases, hand-painted, Meiji period, circa early-20th century, Japan. Vases' beautiful decoration is high-qu...
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Early 20th Century Japanese Meiji Satsuma Furniture

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Earthenware

Japanese Meiji Satsuma Painted Vase, 19th Century
By Satsuma
Located in LA CIOTAT, FR
A petite and beautiful hand-decorated ceramic baluster vase, painted all around with traditional Japanese motifs, including native flora, birds and bamboo stems on a creamy glazed background. The colour palette is bold and bright, with highlights of green, red and blue, together with plentiful gilt relief...
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19th Century Japanese Meiji Antique Satsuma Furniture

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Ceramic, Paint

Large Matching Pair Satsuma Meiji Era Figural Vases Figures in Clouds Gold Leaf
By Satsuma
Located in Ann Arbor, MI
LARGE Matching Pair Satsuma Meiji Era Figural vases figures in clouds gold leaf. Amazing multi color decoration. Vases display prominently from any decor...
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Early 1900s Japanese Meiji Antique Satsuma Furniture

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Pottery

Pair of Orange Satsuma Lamps
By Satsuma
Located in Canton, MA
Orange Satsuma lamps with blue and green, with a traditional scene. Japan, Early 20th century. Completely restored and rewired. Rewired with new hardware. Original brass bases are po...
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Early 20th Century Japanese Satsuma Furniture

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Brass

Satsuma Japanese Meiji Pair Diamond Shaped Pottery Vases
By Satsuma
Located in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire
A good and unusual pair antique Japanese Satsuma Meiji diamond shaped pottery vases decorated with monk figures with a scrolling dragon dating from the 1...
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19th Century Japanese Meiji Antique Satsuma Furniture

Materials

Pottery

Pair of Blue Ground Japanese Satsuma Vases
By Satsuma
Located in Norwood, NJ
These are a very good quality pair of earthenware Japanese Satsuma vases, beautifully hand decorated and from the Meiji period, circa 1880. The vases...
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Late 19th Century Japanese Meiji Antique Satsuma Furniture

Materials

Ceramic, Earthenware

Antique Japanese Satsuma Pottery Miniature Cabinet Vase
By Satsuma
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A fine antique Japanese Satsuma porcelain miniature vase. With enameled scenes to all sides and rich raised gilt highlights throughout. ...
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20th Century Japanese Meiji Satsuma Furniture

Materials

Pottery

Late 19th Century Gilt Bronze and Japanese Satsuma Porcelain Floor Lamp
By Satsuma
Located in New York, NY
Late 19th Century Gilt Bronze and Japanese Satsuma Porcelain Floor Lamp The round lamp with painted scenes of men, women and children in landscape scenes and at leisure...
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Late 19th Century Japanese Belle Époque Antique Satsuma Furniture

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Bronze

Santsuma Tea Service Set
By Satsuma
Located in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Tea service Santsuma set Japanese game Immortals Style (Dragon Ware) Hand painted Japanese Origin Circa 1900 porcelain material Very good condition (...
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Early 1900s Japanese Neoclassical Antique Satsuma Furniture

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Porcelain

Early 20th Century Chinese Porcelain Tea Set, 1920s
By Satsuma
Located in LEGNY, FR
Beautiful Satsuma fine porcelain tea set Moriage Lithophane Geisha. Hand painted in brown with white dots - so called moriage, gold, rust-orange an...
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1920s Japanese Vintage Satsuma Furniture

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Porcelain

19th Century Antique Chinese Fu Foo Dogs Protected Ceramic Fang Ding.
By Satsuma
Located in Silvolde, Gelderland
Beautiful Chinese Qing period porcelain and rich decorated Fang Ding. The lidded jar is also richly decorated with enamel and hand-painted and gilt accents and has upturned male Fu /...
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19th Century Chinese Qing Antique Satsuma Furniture

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Enamel

Qing Dinasty Antique Chinese Fu Foo Dogs Protected Ceramic Fang Ding
By Satsuma
Located in Silvolde, Gelderland
Beautiful Chinese porcelain and rich decorated Fang Ding. The lidded jar is also richly decorated with enamel and hand-painted and gilt accents and has upturned male Fu / Foo dogs ha...
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19th Century Chinese Qing Antique Satsuma Furniture

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Enamel

Early Japanese Satsuma Antique Vase
By Satsuma
Located in Atlanta, GA
An Satsuma ceramic stone ware vase, circa 19th century, around the end of the Edo and the beginning of Meiji period. In the form of a Classic garlic bottle whose prototype was from China, the white bodied piece is decorated with an early form of kin nishikide, the so called golden brocade, a palette of iron-red, blue, green, yellow, purple and black with golden highlight. The over glazed enamel paint shows a group of robed figures in a garden setting with a lion and three tigers. A transparent overall glaze shows very fine crackles. The design is relatively sparse with plenty of negative space in contrast to the Satsuma production from the late 19th century, when the trend became fussy and overly glitz, due to the influence by the perceived western taste for the export market. This piece may still be made for export but its pattern was more influenced by both Kyoto Pottery and the Kano school of painting compared to the export ware by the end of the 19th century onward to the early 20th century. It was believed by many that this was a result of Satsuma potters visiting Kyoto in the late seventeenth century to learn over glaze painting techniques. There are some age glaze crackles especially around the foot. The piece is not signed in keeping with the earlier production before Satsuma ceramics...
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Mid-19th Century Japanese Japonisme Antique Satsuma Furniture

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Ceramic

Pair Qing Dinasty Antique Chinese Foo Dogs Protected Ceramic "Fang Ding"
By Satsuma
Located in Silvolde, Gelderland
Absolutely rare and beautiful pair Chinese Qing dynasty porcelain and rich decorated "Fang Ding". The lidded jars are richly decorated with enamel and hand-painted and gilt accents a...
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19th Century Chinese Meiji Antique Satsuma Furniture

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Enamel

Japanese Meiji Satsuma Finely Decorated and Gilded Scenic Box
By Satsuma
Located in Gainesville, FL
Japanese Meiji satsuma finely hand decorated and gilded box. The box depicts a different scene on each side. Marked with a maker's mark on the bottom.
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Late 19th Century Japanese Meiji Antique Satsuma Furniture

Materials

Pottery

Very Important Satsuma Porcelain Lamp
By Satsuma
Located in Saint-Ouen, FR
Very Important Satsuma Porcelain lamp, mounted in Gilt Bronze and silk shade (very damaged, but historical), 19th century, Napoleon III period, Great de...
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19th Century Japanese Antique Satsuma Furniture

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Porcelain

Pair 19th Century Japanese Satsuma Vases / Lamps
By Satsuma
Located in Brighton, Sussex
A very good quality pair of Japanese Meiji period (1868-1912) Satsuma porcelain vases / lamps. Each with wonderful gilded classical motif decoration, with inset hand painted panels depicting various scenes of courtiers in attendance and Samurai warriors. Both mounted on ormolu oriental stands.
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Late 19th Century Japanese Japonisme Antique Satsuma Furniture

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Porcelain

Japanese Meiji Period Satsuma Large Square Bowl Centerpiece
By Satsuma
Located in Vero Beach, FL
Japanese Meiji Period Satsuma large square bowl Antique early Meiji Period 15" square with scalloped rim Satsuma bowl. Highly unusual and finely painted. ...
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19th Century Japanese Meiji Antique Satsuma Furniture

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Ceramic

19th Century Japanese Satsuma Porcelain Water Well Bucket, Wishing Well Vase
By Satsuma
Located in Vero Beach, FL
This Japanese porcelain vase is barrel shaped with a yolk handle. It is both finely and intricately hand painted. It pictures groups of scholars with scrolls dressed in elaborate brocade kimonos...
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Late 19th Century Japanese Meiji Antique Satsuma Furniture

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Porcelain

Nice Pair of Early 20th Century Silver Mounted Japanese Satsuma Porcelain Vases
By Satsuma
Located in New York, NY
A nice pair of late 19th century silver mounted Japanese Satsuma porcelain vases. The front panels painted with lion type figures, the back panels with flowers and butterflies, th...
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Late 19th Century Japanese Belle Époque Antique Satsuma Furniture

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Silver

Small Tripod Satsuma Vase Decorated with the 18 Luohans, 19th Century
By Satsuma
Located in Paris, FR
Small tripod vase with narrow neck decorated with polychrome and gold enamels in Satsuma ware. The lip is multi-lobed and underlined with gold. The decoration is composed of haloed characters in cartouches on a dotted background. They are the 18 Luohans...
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19th Century Japanese Antique Satsuma Furniture

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Enamel

19th Century Satsuma Japanese Hand Painted Porcelain Tea or Coffee Set 15 Pieces
By Satsuma
Located in Casale Monferrato, IT
Beautiful hand painted and gold porcelain tea or coffee set Satsuma Japanese 15 pieces, 1880s. The service is complete to serve six people at the table includes: 1 teapot, 1 sugar bo...
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1880s Japanese Antique Satsuma Furniture

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Porcelain

20th Century Pair of Small Porcelain Satsuma Vases
By Satsuma
Located in Paris, FR
Two porcelain hexagonal Satsuma vases painted in polychrome enamels and gold. The paunch is decorated with intricate Japanese characters in a landscape, the neck and the shoulder wit...
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Early 19th Century Japanese Japonisme Antique Satsuma Furniture

Materials

Porcelain

Satsuma Earthenware Vase and Cover, Japanese, Meiji Period
By Satsuma
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
A Satsuma Earthenware vase and cover, Japanese, Meiji period, (1868-1912) decorated in polychrome enamels and gilt over a clear, crackled glaze, delicately painted with samurai on ...
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1890s Antique Satsuma Furniture

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Ceramic

Pair of Satsuma Pedestals, 20th Century
By Satsuma
Located in CABA, AR
Enter the world of Japanese craftsmanship and elegance with this exquisite pair of Satsuma columns or pedestals. Satsuma ware, originating from the Sat...
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Mid-20th Century Japanese Satsuma Furniture

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Porcelain

Fine Pair of Late 19th Century Gilt Bronze and Japanese Satsuma Porcelain Vases
By Satsuma
Located in New York, NY
A very fine pair of late 19th century gilt bronze and Japanese Satsuma porcelain vases. Painted scenes of men, women and children in landscape scenes and at leisure surrounded by ...
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Late 19th Century Japanese Belle Époque Antique Satsuma Furniture

Materials

Bronze

Satsuma Earthenware Vase, by Kinkozan, Japanese, Meiji Period
By Satsuma
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
A Satsuma Earthenware Vase, by Kinkozan, Japanese, Meiji period (1868-1912) decorated in polychrome enamels and gilt over a clear, crackled glaze, delicately painted with ladies a...
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1860s Antique Satsuma Furniture

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Earthenware

Satsuma Earthenware Covered Box, by Kinkozan
By Satsuma
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
A Satsuma Earthenware covered box, by Kinkozan, Japanese, Meiji period (1868-1912) decorated in polychrome enamels and gilt over a clear, crackled glaze, delicately painted with s...
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Early 1900s Antique Satsuma Furniture

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Earthenware

Satsuma Earthenware Vase, by Kinkozan
By Satsuma
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
A Satsuma earthenware vase, by Kinkozan, Japanese, Meiji period (1868-1912) decorated in polychrome enamels and gilt over a clear, crackled glaz...
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Early 1900s Antique Satsuma Furniture

Materials

Earthenware

Satsuma Earthenware Flat Shouldered Ovoid Vase, Garlic Mouth by Yabu Meizan
By Satsuma
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
A Satsuma earthenware flat shouldered ovoid vase with garlic mouth by Yabu Meizan, Osaka, 1853-1934, decorated in polychrome enamels and gilt over a cle...
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1890s Antique Satsuma Furniture

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Earthenware

A Satsuma Earthenware Incense Burner by Yabu Meizan, Osaka, 1853-1934
By Satsuma
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
A Satsuma Earthenware Incense Burner by Yabu Meizan, Osaka, 1853-1934, Of archaic Chinese form set on tripod feet and decorated in polychrome enamels and gilt over a clear, crackl...
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Early 1900s Antique Satsuma Furniture

Materials

Earthenware

Meiji period Satsuma vase.
By Satsuma
Located in Brighton, Sussex
A good quality 19th Century Japanese Satsuma vase, having imperial influences with a dark blue ground, blossom tree decoration to the flared neck, circul...
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Late 19th Century Japanese Antique Satsuma Furniture

Materials

Porcelain

Pair of Late 19th Century Gilt Bronze and Japanese Satsuma Porcelain Lamps
By Satsuma
Located in New York, NY
A beautiful pair of late 19th century gilt bronze and Japanese Satsuma porcelain lamps Each side with painted panels, the front and back depicting samurai warriors, the sides with...
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Late 19th Century Japanese Belle Époque Antique Satsuma Furniture

Materials

Bronze

Satsuma Koro, 19th Century
By Satsuma
Located in Brighton, Sussex
A fine quality Japanese Satsuma lidded Koro, The pierced silver lid with engraved motifs, the porcelain Koro having a blue ground to the top, flower and foliate decoration, the four sides depicting pairs of exotic Peacocks above bunches of Chrysanthemums. Mounted on a carved wood oriental stand.
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Late 19th Century Japanese Antique Satsuma Furniture

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Porcelain

1900 Japanese Satsuma Porcelain Huge Vase with Samurai Scenes
By Satsuma
Located in Weiningen, CH
1900 Japanese Satsuma porcelain huge vase with Samurai scenes.
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1890s Japanese Japonisme Antique Satsuma Furniture

Materials

Porcelain, Paint

Vaso Monumentale in Porcellana Tipo Satsuma, Cina 1990 ca.
By Satsuma
Located in Milano, IT
Vaso monumentale in porcellana tipo satsuma con forma a balaustro, collo svasato e orlo superiore a volant. Decorato entro cartigli polilobati con scene di bellezze femminili "bijin"...
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1990s Chinese Satsuma Furniture

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Porcelain

Spectacular 3 Piece Japanese Satsuma Peacock Vases and Tea Pot Set
By Satsuma
Located in Miami, FL
Antique, Meji Era, Japanese 3pc. SATSUMA Double Peacock Vase, Single Peacock Vase and Tea Pot with Flowered Lid and Bamboo Handle. There are no chips, cracks, or repairs, Tall Va...
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Early 20th Century Japanese Meiji Satsuma Furniture

Materials

Ceramic

Satsuma furniture for sale on 1stDibs.

Satsuma furniture are available for sale on 1stDibs. These distinctive items are frequently made of ceramic and are designed with extraordinary care. There are many options to choose from in our collection of Satsuma furniture, although brown editions of this piece are particularly popular. Many of the original furniture by Satsuma were created in the neoclassical style in east asia during the 19th century. If you’re looking for additional options, many customers also consider furniture by Imari Porcelain, Ando Jubei, and Kinkozan. Prices for Satsuma furniture can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — on 1stDibs, these items begin at $382 and can go as high as $16,800, while a piece like these, on average, fetch $2,300.
Questions About Satsuma Furniture
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    Satsuma porcelain or pottery includes a maker’s mark with the name of the person who made the item. Japanese numbers may also indicate that a Satsuma piece was part of a collection. Genuine Satsuma pieces will not have a “Made in Japan” label and should only include Japanese characters. When in doubt, work with a certified appraiser to determine the authenticity of your Satsuma piece. Find a variety of expertly vetted Satsuma porcelain and pottery collectibles on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertMarch 22, 2022
    To date a Satsuma vase, study its mark. Vases made before World War II normally feature a mark in Japanese. A vase that says "Royal Satsuma" likely dates back to the late 20th century. You'll find a variety of expertly vetted Satsuma vases on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertOctober 12, 2021
    A type of Japanese pottery originated from Satsuma province in Japan is termed as Satsuma ware. A vase of this kind is known as a Satsuma vase. An interesting fact about Satsuma ware is that they feature a "makers mark" or marking as a key to help collectors unlock the value, age and authenticity of the piece. Shop a range of antique and vintage Japanese vases on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertFebruary 1, 2024
    One way to tell if your Satsuma vase is valuable is to look for markings on it. The oldest and typically most expensive pieces will usually have the Shimazu family crest — a circle with a cross through it — hand-painted on the bottom. If the piece is stamped with the marking or says "Made in Japan" in the Roman alphabet, it is a newer vase. Factors like the style of the vase and its condition will also impact its price. It's a good idea to have a certified appraiser or knowledgeable dealer evaluate your vase to determine its value. Find a variety of Satsuma vases on 1stDibs.

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