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Vintage

Antique Japanese Satsuma Jardinière

Jean Pierre Antique

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Antique Japanese Satsuma Jardinière
Antique Japanese Satsuma Jardinière
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Antique Japanese Satsuma Jardinière
Antique Japanese Satsuma Jardinière
Antique Japanese Satsuma Jardinière
Antique Japanese Satsuma Jardinière

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage; 1910-1950
Condition:
Good; few minor nicks
Country of Origin:
Japan
Materials:
ceramic
Size:
16" W x 38" H
Color/Finish:
blue/multi

Why We Love This

Coming from the Plaza Hotel, New York, this vintage jardinière was originally crafted in Japan and finished with a multicolored glaze. Consists of two pieces, the base and urn. Due to the Plaza Hotel only purchasing, not commissioning, the piece there are no markings showing the rich history of the jardinière.
As described by Jean Pierre Antiques's

About Jean Pierre Antiques's

Jean Pierre, former stylist to the stars, draws on his artistic creativity to bring a touch of Paris to our nation's capital. Since its opening in 2002, Jean Pierre Antiques has showcased exceptional and unusual pieces to a client base which includes Washingtonians, tourists, and celebrities alike. The collection favors continental antiques with a mix of Mid-Century Modern finds.