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Three Antique Kyoto Satsuma Cha Wan

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Earthenware: Pre 1920   item# 1172326 (stock# 468AOG)

Three Antique Kyoto Satsuma Cha Wan
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The Art and Orchid Gallery
561-575-6868


Large Bowl: $475; Other 2: $395 & $365; All 3: $1095 

The Art and Orchid Gallery offers cha wan, or tea bowls, hand decorated by Japanese artists whose superb technical skills were combined with gracefulness of form and a fine mixture of compounded colors.[3A, 11B] Kyoto Satsuma was exported to the West between 1875 and 1920 to satisfy the high demand for this Japanese ceramic art work generated by the International Expositions of 1862, 1867, 1873 and 1876.[34C, 104D] Most Kyoto Satsuma ware was decorated with hand painted floral designs. These thr ...click for details


Antique Japanese Kenzan-Style Pottery, Meiji Period

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Earthenware: Pre 1920   item# 1163863 (stock# 432AOG)

Antique Japanese Kenzan-Style Pottery, Meiji Period
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The Art and Orchid Gallery
561-575-6868


$185 

The Art and Orchid Gallery's Japanese pottery has a high gloss interior and multiple unusual motifs of exterior decoration. We think it was made by the skillful potter, Miura Kenya (1821-1889),or his student.[3C, 33D] It is a discus-shaped vessel with a very narrow neck and mouth, typically Japanese.[28E] It copies the style of Kenzan's wares, like raku of Meiji Times, even showing the 17th Century Kyoto potter, Ninsei, influence with its dark brown emulated wood finish from mid-vessel d ...click for details


Antique Satsuma Ware Well Bucket

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Earthenware: Pre 1920   item# 1101922 (stock# 279AOG)

Antique Satsuma Ware Well Bucket
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The Art and Orchid Gallery
561-575-6868


$380 

This Satsuma ware decorative object is a well bucket style (also known as a T-vase) crafted in the Meiji Period (probably about 1885) by Osumi potters. It is most distinguished by its soft blue-gray Gosu blue ground. This blue was replaced by a more intense cobalt blue on Satsuma ware at the end of the 19th Century. There are two large roundels on opposite sides of the bucket set off with a broad gilt band. In the first, are feudal lords making eye contact with a finely dressed young woman. The ...click for details

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