Sensational Rare Signed Antique Japanese Satsuma Teapot and Cover Meiji Period

Sensational quality Meiji Period satsuma teapot signed, measures 17 cm wide x 11cm in height. Condition fantastic no restoration or damage to the exterior, apart from one small loss (chip) to the inner underside lip (please see the last photo, however it’s insignificant as can’t be seen when the lid / cover is on).... Read More

Satsuma antique Japanese plate chargers a pair Meiji Period 19th Century Rare

Antique japanese satsuma plate / charger pair Meiji period 19th century. Meiji period 19 th century antique satsuma pair of chargers. Chargers in excellent condition and very rare pieces with owls and flowers and branches hand painted with gold trimmings. One charger has more of a royal blue colour and the other charger more of […]... Read More

Absolutely Stunning and Rare Antique Japanese Hododa Satsuma Kogo Incense Box

Absolutely Stunning and Rare Antique Japanese Hododa Satsuma Oval Kogo Incense Box. A really wonderful and rare antique Japanese Hododa Satsuma oval pottery kogo box with lid. Beautifully and intricately decorated to the exterior with multiple panels of artwork surrounded by a very detailed typical Satsuma design. The interior of the box and the lid […]... Read More

Rare Pair Antique Japanese Satsuma Pottery Cloisonne Design Vases, Meiji c1890

Fine Antiques & Jewellery. Japanese Satsuma’Cloisonne’ Vase Pair. A most unusual pair of Japanese satsuma vases. They are of Kyoto clay body, the decoration is incised then the pattern covered in coloured slip. The process was also used in Europe and seen on work by Boch Freres and Longwy. There are no makers marks to […]... Read More

VASE White satsuma gold full length lion Vase Meiji period 1868s RARE

This store brings you Japanese antiques and wonderful Japanese products. Antique items are one of a kind. If you have any items you would like us to display, please feel free to send us a message. A cylindrical and elegant bottle. The miniature painting by gold brocade is very elegant and typical of Shiro Satsuma. […]... Read More

Rare antique Japanese Satsuma flower vase by Kinkozan, Meiji period

A rare example of a large, tall Satsuma ceramic vase decorated with large bright flowers and butterflies with gilding. The polychrome enamel patterns, gilded dragon-shaped handles and minute details of the graceful flowers and butterflies are all evidence that it was painted by a master craftsman. The Kinkozan family has been associated with pottery since […]... Read More