This is a really exceptional Satsuma Vase by the talented Satsuma artist Hattori. The Vase measures 5.75 inches in height and 2.65 inches square. Please feel free to email any questions.
This is an expertly detailed Satsuma Vase Signed Hododa The Vase is in excellent condition with no damage or repair. The Vase measures 4 7/8" x 3" x 2 1/4". Please feel free to email any questions.
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This is a large and beautifully decorated Satsuma Urn; Circa 1850. The Urn measures 26.25" to the top of the lid and is a full 18.00" in width. The level of detail is shown in the included photos. The is some guilt loss that is normal for an URN of this age. Additional pictures can be furnished to serious parties.
This is a fine example of an early Satsuma Vase. The Vase was likely signed but the signature was worn away through the years. The balance of the artwork on the Vase is in in excellent condition. The Vase is a full 12.75" in height and 7.0" in diameter. Additional pictures can be furnished to serious parties.
This is one of the finest pieces of Satsuma that I have owned. The Level of detail can only be accomplished by a handful of Satsuma artists. The Vase has a partial signature but not enough to be fully translated. The Vase is a full 10" in height and 6.25" wide at the Dragon handles. The Vase has minor loss of Beast's horns; an easy restoration. Additional pictures can be furnished to serious parties.
This is a finely detailed Satsuma Bowl that is signed by the artist Hattori/ Fuku Bu. The Bowl measures 4.88" in diameter and is 2.0" in height. There is some wear to the gold on the outside bottom of the Bowl (shown)
This extremely fine example of Satsuma is of the highest quality. The Vase measures 4.75" tall and is 2.25" in diameter at its widest. The Vase is artist signed.
This highly unusual and RARE alter piece came from a local Japanese estate. I believe that this is an Alter piece. The small Satsuma two piece is likely an offering dish.The two side carvings are Boar's Tusks. The center piece is a carving in Ivory of a Man holding a long pole with a beautiful and very old two-piece Satsuma Ball/Dish. The Satsuma Ball is painted both inside and out with some of the most delicate work that I have seen...