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    Posted 2 months ago

    Kathec
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    Our best guess is that my father-in-law brought this back from Korea in the 1950s. He was there in the army. Can anyone tell us what it is?

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    Important Antique Japanese Satsuma Vase by Kinkozan, Meiji Period
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    STUNNING ANTIQUE SIGNED JAPANESE MEIJI PERIOD SATSUMA PORCELAIN VASE
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    Antique Satsuma Pottery - Flower Decorated & Gilded Koro - On Tripod Feet
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    Antique 18th Century Japanese Satsuma Vase With Crazing
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    Important Antique Japanese Satsuma Vase by Kinkozan, Meiji Period
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    1. racer4four racer4four, 2 months ago
      They are Japanese, probably Satsuma, and likely 1930s-40s.
      They show the god Kannon with the immortals. The raised design is called moriage and was a feature of some Satsuma works.
      I haven't checked for the actual kiln with that backstamp but if you check this site you may find it :
      http://gotheborg.com/marks/satsuma.shtml
      Other sites may also help identify the mark.
    2. Kathec, 2 months ago
      Thank you so much for the information. I will check it out.
    3. apostata apostata, 2 months ago
      distorted Nichi Hon

      how do you mean 30-40 ?
    4. racer4four racer4four, 2 months ago
      I think that's the period it was made.
    5. apostata apostata, 2 months ago
      1950 NICHI HON (NIPPON) DRAGON WARE MORIAPAGE LITHOPHANE TEA SET
    6. apostata apostata, 2 months ago
      1514. Dragon ware tea pot. Mark: Nichi Hon (Nippon). Tentative date, c. 1950. gotheborg
    7. racer4four racer4four, 2 months ago
      OK, thanks for the correction.
    8. Kathec, 2 months ago
      Thank you both. I have learned much and will learn more now that I know what it is.

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