Antique Meiji period Japanese Satsuma Vase Yokohama Mark of Hikojiro Imura

Antique Meiji period Japanese Satsuma Vase Yokohama Mark of Hikojiro Imura

Antique Meiji period Japanese Satsuma Vase Yokohama Mark of Hikojiro Imura
Antique Collectibles from ShangriLa. 3500 “Make us an offer” Listings/. Antique Meiji period Japanese Satsuma Vase Yokohama Mark of Hikojiro Imura. Quality painting work of Hikojiro Imura. 1897 male, yokohama porcelain. Focused on the fact that the painting of ceramics for export that was being done in Tokyo at the start of the Meiji era was flourishing. He transported materials from the Nobi region to Yokohama, and around 1875 (year 8 of the Meiji era) he gathered talented artists and materials from each region, and established a factory in Yokohama that specialized in over-glazing. Initially, after establishing the first factory in Onoe Town, Yokohama, it grew steadily and developed into a large export company with a total of four factories such as in Aioi Town and Tokiwa Town. Together with two hundred craftsmen, including Makazu Kozan, he was successful as a leading figure in the Yokohama overseas export ceramics industry. Born in Takaichi District in Yamato Province, he was originally an oil merchant. He also took the name of Matsuishiya. Offers All fixed items are open for offers, please feel free to make an offer and we will respond as soon as possible. It’s all about good communication. We can not control this. For China (& rest of Asia) & US allow at least 2 to 3 weeks. Depending on the situation it can take up to 1.5 month. This also influences the tracking data shown online. You can follow it at. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Vases”. The seller is “theceramics_and_collectibles” and is located in this country: NL. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Type: Vase
  • Region of Origin: Japan
  • Primary Material: Porcelain & Pottery
  • Age: 19th century
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Japanese Style: Satsuma

Antique Meiji period Japanese Satsuma Vase Yokohama Mark of Hikojiro Imura