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dartibs's items1 of 2My Japanese or Chinese Vase Right Nine on bottomMy Japanese or Chinese Vase Right Nine on bottom
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    Posted 2 years ago

    dartibs
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    Does anyone have any idea about this vase? I bought it over 10 yrs ago and was told that it was very valuable. I can't even find the correct color name. I do know that the writing on the bottom means Right Nine. Other than that I am lost. Thank you

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    1. ho2cultcha ho2cultcha, 2 years ago
      You have to post a photo of the base for us to give you any reasonable feedback. a photo showing the entire piece would help too. i think it might be Satsuma from Japan or Satsuma-style.
    2. ho2cultcha ho2cultcha, 2 years ago
      that's better. I think that this is Satsuma-style Kutani ware from Japan - mid 20th century.
    3. dartibs, 2 years ago
      Do you have any idea what the vintage name for the background color would be called? I thought at first it was kutani then found out the marks were "right Nine". Then satsuma, going I circles. Thanks for the help.

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