Japanese Satsuma Vase Two
Bijin Court Ladies, Floral and
Kozan. Circa: Early Meiji, 1868- H
13.5 in.(34cm), W 4.75 in.(12cm), D 4.75 in.(12cm) Fine crackled cream
color translucent glaze polychrome and extensive gold trim excellent condition!
Satsuma vase with minute crackles over a cream white paste. Extraordinary fine
details of floral and traditional sumi style landscape scenes, austere ornate
patterning and soft coloration in open background, celebrating
the triptych theme of the serene live represented by two court ladies.
The vase is signed Kozan (Kyoto)
in a rectangular reserve. It is a genuine
early Meiji art piece of excellent preservations.
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.
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