You can use the online valuation service that our readers recommended to me. All are marked with a red stamp "Handpainted Royal Satsuma" followed by Asian characters. Any idea of their worth ? No hand written characters. Just purchased this piece Mid Japan Seto/Nagoya/Kutani area, possible Nagoya ware. Ph.D. antiques appraiser Dr. Lori shows you the secrets how to date your pottery pieces by looking at their marks since most don't include a date. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. Hi Gabriele. Probable manufacturers mark. I’ve seen “Made In China” Satsuma vases sell for pretty good money! See more ideas about satsuma, japanese porcelain, marks. Your guide to antique pottery marks, porcelain marks and china marks Fake Royal Worcester Marks . They where my grandads who obtained them when he was in the merchant navy possibly around the 1920s as he died when my father was 4. Thoughts? Can you send any basic info, i.e.time period, or? It was only $20, so nothing ventured, right? Original ware is generally characterized by a fine network of crackles in the glaze and extensive use of gold trim. $86 Sale Price 9% Off . hide. Recent fakes have improved tremendously and have many of the features of originals such as heavy raised gold, pastel colors and very accurate copies of original marks. Satsuma usually has the artist’s signature along with the Satsuma mark. Aug 15, 2020 - Explore Alex Vishnevsky's board "Japanese Satsuma Pottery" on Pinterest. The best were signed, often in gilt, on the base and were the works of highly-skilled craftsmen intended for an elite of collectors. I have a vase I’m selling on eBay. We are very curious if they are true satsuma pieces. Was hoping you could tell me about the marks but i cannot attach or load a photo in the comment. It is 470mm high x 200mm wide. However, if you like it then that is best – they can’t all be valuable antiques , Your email address will not be published. Hi guys. Lina, Hello everyone Many of the Japanese makers marks on Satsuma porcelain or pottery are simply the name of the person who made the item, or a generic marking such as "Dai Nippon Satsuma". However , I cannot see any markings. Satsuma vases generally depict Japanese themes including scenes of court life, legends and artistic values. For heaven’s sake. If the plate has the word “SATSUMA” on (in English) then it is not an antique – it is most likely a mass produced copy. Hi Jim – Sorry, I totally missed the auction and can’t see the signature – were you able to sell the vase in the end? I can’t find this signature, just bought a used reproduction and In the middle i found a piece that instead of the made in Japanese write is a mark, i will like to send you a picture dont know how. Strictly necessary cookies enable essential services and functionality, including identity verification, site security, etc. Hi Amy. On the underside one of the figures has a sign with two small intersecting circles carved in it and the other two short lines with a third line crossing the two lines. 1890 to 1922. We use this to improve our products, services and user experience. Does this mark look authentic? User account menu. Please, Tell me more. Meiji era. Satsuma, like Staffordshire, is a collective name given to a fine quality lightweight pottery developed in Japan. On this kitty cats Samsuma ? OC Questions. Ok, I feel stupid. Kaga-kuni Shimizu-sei, "Kutani" plate in "Satsuma" style but on porcelain body. Although made since about 1600, the majority of pieces traded in the general antiques market today date from about the middle of the 19th century and were made for export to Western markets. A simple circle with a cross through it is the sign of the clan that ruled the Satsuma province in Japan around the time that most of the original items were made. I shall add some pictures. Here is an image of the bowl in question – it was purchased in an antique store in East Africa in 1951. CO. B-4, Early Handpainted Rosenthal Purple Floral Soup and Saucer, Old Japanese Satsuma Earthenware Chawan Tea Bowl with Carriage Marked, Vase 10" Kyo Kyoto Satsuma Scholars Meiji Japan Gold Leaf, Vintage Arnart Imports Porcelain Phoenix Design Satsuma Vase, Foo Dog Finial Japanese Footed Satsuma Incense Two-Handled Incense Burner, Miniature Japanese Meiji Satsuma Gilt Pottery Baluster Iris and Bird Vase, Japanese Meiji era Satsuma Vase hand painted scenes, American Satsuma Enameled Floral Design Footed Vase (Signed "SNB"/c.1910-1930), Pre 1920 Taisho Period Japanese Satsuma Koshida Mille Fleur Plate, Antique Japanese Kinkozan Satsuma Earthenware Vase with Phoenix, Japanese Hand Painted Porcleain Gilt Satsuma Vase, Meiji Period. Click here to see large picture. The vase I have is identical design to the ginger jar you have. online valuation service that our readers recommended to me, https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.com%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F253323820693, https://www.satsuma-pottery.com/satsuma-pottery-valuation-service, Are You A Satsuma Pottery Expert? To complicate matters a little, for hundreds of years Chinese artisans copied reign marks from earlier dynasties out of a respect and reverence for these earlier periods. Does it need markings to be authentic? My problem is that there is no mark whatsoever on the bottom. It appears not to be a stamp since the two vases have slightly different marks. Sometimes beauty is in the eye of the beholder , Any info! But there are no markings what so ever on it . I have two vases don’t know if they are authentic. I think they might be real Satsuma figures but I’m really not an expert in the field at all. I have a miniature satsuma vase with a red square shape but no writing. 100% Upvoted. Hi I Java I.have a satsuma it says on the bottom hand painted satsuma 4 it looks hand written but would not think a foreigner wrote it I have had this since the late 70tees. It's shape is a traditional Chinese bronze shape, belonging to a Confucian forefathers altar. If you can post some images of the items and markings, we can try to help – although we recommend using the online valuation service if you are looking to get a value – we can’t help with that. Other potteries mainly produced mass goods aimed at tourists. No. Their valuation was way off. The first fake marks of the 1980s were on blanks with decorations unlike that of original Nippon and were relatively easy to identify. They also commonly show the image associated with the emperor of the time, a circle with a cross through it. What is the usual value of a early 20th century replica satsumi vase? Does it look like NIPPON is printed on? Hi, i’d like to buy this Satsuma vase on ebay, it has this mark on the bottom: Hi Alita. Hi Stacey. The glaze on the bottom is creamy/ivory and is crackled…like crazing. The only exception is Royal Satsuma Nippon which is an authentic mark used on porcelain, ca. These marks, which include Japanese symbols, are typically handpainted in "liquid gold," so if you see a mark that's been stamped, it's either a modern reproduction or an outright fake. Required fields are marked *. I have what appears to be a satsuma porcelain lamp. Can anyone please let know if this good value vase or fake vase. An example of a copied Vase or jar in the Satsuma style So remember, if you are looking at purchasing a Satsuma Vaseor something similar, turn it over and look at the marking on the bottom. HI Aminah – I am not an expert either – you can try posting a picture on the facebook page for this website and someone might be able to help? Would this be something else? Can anyone shed some light on the markings in the picture? Giokusei, Seto/Nagoya ; 886. Hello we have a satsuma dragon tea set 12 cups and saucers milk jug sugar bowl tea pot the marking on the bottom have made in japan written in english a circle with cross inside a trident symbol and a asian marking i gather they are not antique but in excellent condition would they be of much value on ebay. Does not ring when tapped. I have a vase that reads in a kind of script on the bottom, Rayai Satauma Fre handpainted porceciain for decoration use only, with 20, 3 know it is not an antique but could not find any referee with this spelling. Any piece with the word "Handpainted" is always suspect. Japanese style "Satsuma" made in China. It has gasha girls and a man on a river, with what looks like their house and mountains in the background. 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Or pay for a credit at the valuation service we recommend. Kutani ware (九谷焼, Kutani-yaki) is a style of Japanese porcelain traditionally supposed to be from Kutani, now a part of Kaga, Ishikawa, in the former Kaga Province. Hi Jason. If it is a real antique and has been made into a lamp, it will not be worth much as it has been damaged. If you want to try to match the markings, see the excellent Gotheborg site: http://gotheborg.com/marks/satsuma.shtml. She lived from 1887-1960. Have you looked at this list of markings – http://gotheborg.com/marks/satsuma.shtml – or join the forum at Gotheborg and ask there – they are good guys who will help. Divided by a band of gold dots and very blue background with flowers and gold rivers . PatsPots. Meiji period (1868 - 1912). Often complex marks including Dai Nippon and name of individual potter. The pieces that were copies are very beautiful and look very nice and there is nothing wrong with owning one. I have a piece I would call a ewer or a jug. I guess with some of these items, the beauty (and value) is in the eye of the beholder. The glaze is finely crackled. On the bottom it was stamped in english Satsuma. Dear group, i would like a question, what do you say about satsuma pottery without any mark ( unmarked )? The painted gold on it feels ‘bumpy’. It stands about 6.5″ high. Is that even a possibility? Prior to about 1850, genuine Satsuma rarely includes representations of human figures. I have a medium size covered vase I bought at the good will.., it has no markings on the base or lid? Could you tell me if they are genuine and roughly what year these are from and if possible any information that you can , thanks LIZ. Attachment Analytical cookies collect data anonymously, about how visitors use our site and how it performs. You will also need to remember to look for the crackled glaze and the off white or creamy coloring of the pottery underneath. It is hard to tell without any markings to go by. . I’ve been hearing about “New Satsuma” that is sort of a read deal though…like newer pieces. I’ve inherited a pair of these from my grandmother. HI They ruled Satsuma Han. This vase that I bought, in addition to “Made In China” actually said “Satsoma!” Lol!!!! The circle with a cross that often makes up a part of the Satsuma pottery base mark is the Shimazu family crest. Hi. This is another example of new fake 'Satsuma' pottery made in China and exported to the West in great numbers. Would like to sell w/o appraisal if at all possible. tks you. Satsuma Gosu Blue was produced in a very limited quantity in Kyoto in the mid-19th century, and is now the most sought after of the Satsuma wares. Mark: Giokusei. 51,597 Items 2 of 111. If you take a look at my article on how to estimate the value of your items, there is information there about how to search eBay to find items that have already been sold. 2 Red-stamped mark appearing on the new Satsuma found in 2004. 4. If this crest is on the pottery item, then you most likely have an original piece. Hi Amy – thanks for posting those images. https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.com%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F253323820693. Hi there – yes it sounds to me like you have some sort of more modern piece of “Satsuma style” pottery. I have a vase which I have been told is a Satsuma pre-ww2. best. Although there are no vintage comparable marks, the appearance of "Satsuma" in the new marks implies the new pieces are old. Yes, it might be genuine – however, we would need to see images of the vase and specifically any markings on the bottom. This would be even more true seeing as there are no markings. Hi Donna. good story Marsha. Many thanks Now, I’m pretty sure I know my piece isn’t Satsuma pottery, it is VERY heavy and seems to have a bit of copper on it, metal dragon heads as feet, and is painted beautifully very similarly to this style. Interesting. Hi Ann. The dishes seem very old, with an odd creamy color and crackles all over. Anything contemporary will show that the piece is a copy. Thanks, I have looked but could not fix an exact fix. View as . It looks like we both have pieces from the same artist! on Pinterest. How to Identify Satsuma Pottery. A short tutorial on how to recognize and identify Japanese Satsuma pottery. In Blue 3 lines, a dot above last line then a symbol like an elongated S. I’ve bought a satsuma vase if I was to post a picture on here could you tell me a little about it…thank you very much. It is very difficult to appraise an item through a few photos unfortunately. No modern printing. Could this be genuine? It is in the context of this tradition that Satsuma ware, an oddly paradoxical category that can simultaneously refer to some of the most desirable — as well as some of the most reviled — Japanese ceramics ever made, emerged. Real Or Repro is an industry resource powered by, Handpainted Powder Dish with Violets marked Pickard, American Satsuma China-Painted Teaset Arts & Crafts Stylized Floral Decoration, American Satsuma China-Painted Covered Jar in Arts &Crafts Gilded Decoration, American Satsuma China-Painted Covered Jar in Arts &Crafts/Art Deco Gilded Decoration, Antique HandPainted “Morning Glories” George Jones Crescent China, ca. The other three sides are traditional life scenes. How to Identify Satsuma Pottery. Satsuma pottery was made in, or around Kagoshima in Kyushu, Japan in the later part of the 19th century, through to the early 1920's in Satsuma in southern Japan. Coalport handpainted dessert dish, c. 1825-35. I know for a fact it is an antique, but is it genuine? RS Germany Bowl With American Satsuma-Style Decoration By Mary E. Hawkins . Strictly decorative Chinese-made 'Satsuma' marked items have been exported to the West in great numbers in recent years. The figures on the top are a samurai and several “geisha” type women apparently being wooed by the man. But on closer inspection, I would say this mark is a stamp rather than a hand painted one. Are they genuine or mass produced please? Browse Similar. Thanks in Advance, Russell. Learn More → Haeger Potteries began its manufacturing history outside of Chicago in 1871 and marks 140 years of production in 2011. Click here to see large picture. These marks are often referred to in auction catalogue descriptions as ‘apocryphal’ marks. The one I saw was priced at $300. Crackled. You can post them here or over at our Facebook Page. You can either find a local antique dealer who will be able to advise you or use the online service we recommend (link at the very top of the page). I have two small figures that are around 3 cm high and decorated with minute patterend coats. Do they sound real? There is no any mark or sign on this pot. Suggestions? Now, this piece is maybe to late to really have been intended to be used as such, since the mark indicates that is in made after 1949. Any vase that has English writing on is not an antique. I have been stumped by this Satsuma four sided vase which was given to my great aunt in the 1930s. Although there are no vintage comparable marks, the appearance of "Satsuma" in the new marks implies the new pieces are old. Is it posssible that the painted writing could have rubbed off? $175 OFFER. Title: Satsuma Moriage Serving Bowl with Chinese Chop Mark, Price: $145 USD, Category: Porcelain & Pottery, Shop: Modern Reproductions, Fakes and Fantasies, Description: This example is more modern fake ‘Satsuma’ pottery. Being able to determine which item is real and which is a copy or fake is not an easy task. One is holding a theatre mask and the other a book and brush. Whether or not they are genuine they are still beautiful, but we would love to know if they are genuine. Hi Adrienne. I’m rather flustered. level 1. The mark on the bottom of my teapot is WAY off- it says “Royal Satusma made in China” and then the number 7. Flowers, Pair Japanese Hand Painted Satsuma Porcelain Vases, Birds & Flowers, Pair of Large, Meiji Period, Japanese Satsuma Vases with Opulent Gilt, American Satsuma Enameled Floral Design Teapot (c.1910-1930), American Satsuma Enameled Floral Design Vase (Signed/c.1910-1930), Huge Antique Japanese Satsuma Art Nouveau Vase with Moriage Double Handle, Pair of Japanese Satsuma Vases, Beaker or moon faced form Meiji era, Japanese Satsuma Cachepot or Centerpiece Bowl, Meiji Period. Browse Similar. I have not found any references to ‘no marks at all’ & feel stuck. I inherited a vase which had an old lamp fitting in it. Log In Sign Up. The underside is in yellowish-pink earthenware. Everything else checks out. It was her mother’s. It has three 3 digit numbers (9all together) on the bottom. To me, it does not look like it has been made with a brush. There is no English,and the only markings on the bottom is a column of oriental markings with the cross inside a circle. . thanks. A great rule of thumb is to remember that all original pieces made in the Satsuma region of Japan do not have any english words on them. Another good sign of an authentic antique mark is the presence of the Shimazu family crest. One of the most common marks on Kyoto Satsuma dragonware during the second half of the Meiji period (1868-1912) is that of Choshuzan, mostly in conjuction with another artist and some kind of commendatory mark such as respectfully made. They have very fine crackling and intricate designs. Hi Jenifer. So I was in an antique store today and saw what I thought was a Satsuma Tea Pot it had all the markings, like the geishas, and the fu dogs for the handle, spot, and top. Some people like to buy replica vases just because they are lovely (and also cheaper than an original!). I will upload a copy of the bowl in my next post. If the piece was really vintage, it would of course be handpainted. I was told the previous owner’s grandparents had them, making them at least 100 years old. Pretty much anything with English words on will be a reproduction or a piece that was mass produced. I like it . Hi – yes, this does look like genuine Satsuma to me although I can’t read what the marking says. Hi, I used that service regarding an rate antiques lamp I recently sold. What marketing strategies does Satsuma-pottery use? Very pretty scenes & intricate decoration. Heavy crude reproductions from China carry a potentially confusing Satsuma mark. 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