Sold Price: A Satsuma yakia pottery vase of squared ovoid form - March 3, 0114 10:00 AM GMT
A Satsuma yakia pottery vase of squared ovoid form on a flared foot rising to a waisted neck with rolled mouth, the whole decorated in typical overglaze enamels and gilding with a shaped panel of a dignitary about to mount his carriage, his wife with attendants and kacho-e roundels, all on a ground of geometric diapers, signed beneath Satsuma yaki Shozan with Shimazu mon and impressed to the footrim "Japan", 28.3cm high, Meiji-Taisho period; with wood stand
A JAPANESE SATSUMA ENAMELED POTTERY COVERED JAR - Sep 18, 2012 | Jackson's International Auctioneers in IA
Lot: A JAPANESE SATSUMA ENAMELED POTTERY COVERED JAR, Lot Number: 0271, Starting Bid: $80, Auctioneer: Jackson's Auction, Auction: Collector's Choice: Antiques & Collectibles, Date: September 18th, 2012 UTC
Japanese Samurai Satsuma Vase
A fine elaborately glazed and gilded Satusuma jar. The province of Satusuma in Kuishu one of the Japanese islands, became known for fine wares beginning around the end of the 16th Century. At that time Satsuma was a hard-glazed yellowish ware; however over time the term has come to be applied to various types of ornamented, enameled and gilded high fire pottery. This fine example is completely decorated in rich colors with gold, depicting a landscape with pavilions and scenes of Samurai life, su
Satsuma Pottery; Japanese, Censer, Ovoid, Flowering Branches, Shishi Lions Finial, 8 inch.
A Satsuma pottery censer, Japan, circa 1801-1900, ovoid shape with tripodfeet, decorated in polychrome enamels and gilt over clear, crackled glaze with flowering branches, the cover finial and liugs od shishi lions
Satsuma Pottery; Japanese, Censer, Globular Form, Geishas & Samurai, Paw Feet, Shi-Shi Finial, 25 inch.
A large, impressive Japanese Satsuma pottery covered incense burner or censer. The blobular body resting on lion-head and paw feet, winged dragon handles with rings and draped tassels, the cover with an elaborate shi-shi finial on a ball, the body is decorated in traditional enamels with scenes of geishas and samuri. ceica 1876-1900