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Satsuma teapot , Meiji period

by williammimi70 » Apr 29th 17 5:49 am

I only have a few Japanese teawares
Hope you guys like it
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Re: Satsuma teapot , Meiji period

by Senlin » Apr 29th 17 12:30 pm

williammimi70 wrote: I only have a few Japanese teawares
Hope you guys like it
Hi williammimi,

Your teapot is certainly a Kutani teapot, maybe first half of the 20th century (I'm not sure for the date, for its seal is not in my database).

I'm sure someone else, more knowledgeable than I am, will easily confirm my thoughts.

Senlin

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Re: Satsuma teapot , Meiji period

by williammimi70 » Apr 29th 17 1:24 pm

Senlin wrote:
williammimi70 wrote: I only have a few Japanese teawares
Hope you guys like it
Hi williammimi,

Your teapot is certainly a Kutani teapot, maybe first half of the 20th century (I'm not sure for the date, for its seal is not in my database).

I'm sure someone else, more knowledgeable than I am, will easily confirm my thoughts.

Senlin
thank you
I always thought that it is satsuma because of the fact that it is ceramic rather than porcelain and the way that it is decorated :D

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Re: Satsuma teapot , Meiji period

by Senlin » Apr 29th 17 3:02 pm

williammimi70 wrote: thank you
I always thought that it is satsuma because of the fact that it is ceramic rather than porcelain and the way that it is decorated :D
Huuuum, I think you're totally right... It's certainly satsuma ! I stupidly didn't notice the circle with a cross inside, in the bottom seal... :P

Sorry !! My answer was a slow Saturday morning one :lol:

Senlin

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Re: Satsuma teapot , Meiji period

by williammimi70 » Apr 29th 17 7:54 pm

Senlin wrote:
williammimi70 wrote: thank you
I always thought that it is satsuma because of the fact that it is ceramic rather than porcelain and the way that it is decorated :D
Huuuum, I think you're totally right... It's certainly satsuma ! I stupidly didn't notice the circle with a cross inside, in the bottom seal... :P

Sorry !! My answer was a slow Saturday morning one :lol:

Senlin
No problem my friend :D