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Japanese Pottery733 of 1261Japanese? Came into family around 1944 through Scotland KUTANI JAR
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    Posted 5 years ago

    AtomicDani…
    (17 items)

    Help...it stands 10 inches tall the base is 5.25 and mouth is 3".

    Any info would be appreciated.

    Thanks in advance!

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    Comments

    1. wexval, 5 years ago
      Very nice. It may be a brush washer. No marks on base?
    2. fleafinder fleafinder, 5 years ago
      i believe this must be sprigged stoneware but the color of yours is unique

      http://spodehistory.blogspot.sg/p/sprigged-stoneware.html?m=1
    3. vetraio50 vetraio50, 5 years ago
      A photo shoot f the vase might help even if there are no markings.
    4. vetraio50 vetraio50, 5 years ago
      I aplogise .... a photo shot of the base might help even if there are no markings.
    5. vetraio50 vetraio50, 5 years ago
      I apologise !!!
    6. fleafinder fleafinder, 5 years ago
      lol vetraio50!!! ure making me laugh
    7. AtomicDanishMod50 AtomicDanishMod50, 5 years ago
      The base is mark free, no evidence of a sticker, no imprint in the clay, no wax, crayon, ink...nada
    8. AtomicDanishMod50 AtomicDanishMod50, 5 years ago
      Also, it seems to be a type of moriage, typical in Asian pieces, however the decorations along the top are more classical, Greek key like.
    9. rockbat, 5 years ago
      It seems to have Asian and western influence.
    10. AtomicDanishMod50 AtomicDanishMod50, 5 years ago
      Well....I found this piece on the Internet with the Greek key type of design and the other design....

      http://www.icollector.com/Chinese-terracotta-vase-Satsuma-vase_i12748879

      Which is the first thing I have stumbled across...so this design around the lip dies excuse on other pieces...but Aja's it wasn't painted it was etched into the red clay...
    11. AtomicDanishMod50 AtomicDanishMod50, 5 years ago
      Here is the close up of the lip/mouth....

      http://www.icollector.com/Chinese-terracotta-vase-Satsuma-vase_i12748879#
    12. katherinescollections katherinescollections, 5 years ago
      The Greek key decor (meandros) stumps me. I have a Japanese bowl with the Greek key decor on the interior rim. My understanding is the decor became important in many cultures through Greek vases, just hard to see the connection.

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