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Japanese Pottery407 of 1260Occupied Japan dish with little tubes - what is used for?1850 Satsuma Vase
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    Posted 4 years ago

    Belvedere
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    Another little Japanese sake cup. I'd like to know anything at all about it. It has a marking on the base and is a beautiful design. Thanks.

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    1. jewellsthe jewellsthe, 4 years ago
      Japanese is hard to determine. Most old items were made for the emperor and the city under the emperor so they did not sign the makers mark but rather the ruling dynasty mark of the period. If it was made for the trade market it would say Japan. Anything Japanese is tricky but if you know that much you can determine your next step. You need to find someone who reads Japanese and determine what era it was
    2. apostata apostata, 1 month ago
      well i must be drunk although i never drink , to me it reads kutani , well that,s rather amazing in a sake cup , this is an enigma , it looks like an revival design in the 1960, it happened during that period , prerubbing the bottom rim , i am a not so well assessor , but i think a got a point here
    3. apostata apostata, 1 month ago
      substantiation took a while see asian art and and antigues collection lita xu ling kelley

      moral of the story Even a blind squirrel like me finds a nut once in a while'

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