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    Posted 7 years ago

    riczacdex
    (12 items)

    Any help I could get related to sites to visit to get further information on this plate would be greatly appreciated.

    I have this displayed on an ornate, brass plate stand in front of a small fireplace and it's quite the conversation piece.

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    1. vetraio50 vetraio50, 7 years ago
      The mark would be moved 90 degrees to the left.

      A Kinkozan family mark.
      "The Kinkozan family of potters were active from 1645 until 1927 after which the factory closed. The background is that approximately around 1875 Kobayashi Sobei (1824-84) (artist name Kinkozan IV) started to export his products together with the Kyoto manufacturer Taizan VIII. The market was in particular America. Their main production period were approximately between 1875-1927 under the leadership of Kinkozan V (1868-1927). Technically specking Kinkozan family wares are not a true 'Satsuma' but should be classified as Awata Kyo-yaki."

      http://www.gotheborg.com/marks/satsuma.shtml#bizan
    2. riczacdex riczacdex, 7 years ago
      Thanks, vetraio50, a veritable wealth of knowledge!

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