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Chinese Pottery369 of 572A small and lovely vase or incense burner?Chinese Bowl - Republic?
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    Posted 6 years ago

    genia
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    I found this one in a thrift shop and I wonder if it is a real thing or a recent imitation.
    It is made of cracked ceramic with textured paint and gold accents and the closest I saw was called satsuma.
    It has no markings, but is very pretty and looks old.
    It stands 4 inches tall without the brass stand.
    I am not sure if the two were meant to go together, but they were sold as such.
    Ant input is appreciated.

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    Comments

    1. grendel67, 6 years ago
      Japanese satsuma ware 1900-1910 . As for the stand I haven't seen that before my guess was something found to be used for a stand.
    2. katherinescollections katherinescollections, 6 years ago
      Very nice vase When you say cracked ceramic, do you mean crackling in or under the glaze? Sometimes that's deliberate, sometimes it is accidentally caused in production, and sometimes occurs with age. Since two of the photos are the same angle, not very helpful.
    3. genia, 6 years ago
      Very fine crackling under the glaze.
      Thank you for your input!

    4. katherinescollections katherinescollections, 6 years ago
      You might try posting on the Japanese page, they might be able to help with ID:

      https://www.facebook.com/groups/collectingjapaneseceramics/

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