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Satsuma Meishi Vases, 19th-C., Pair

EstateMAX

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Satsuma Meishi Vases, 19th-C., Pair
Satsuma Meishi Vases, 19th-C., Pair
Satsuma Meishi Vases, 19th-C., Pair
Satsuma Meishi Vases, 19th-C., Pair
Satsuma Meishi Vases, 19th-C., Pair

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Product Information

Era:

Antique; 19th century

Condition:

Excellent

Country of Origin:

Japan

Style:

Meishi, Satsuma

Materials:

soft paste pottery

Size:

3" W x 6" H

Color/Finish:

gold/black/blue/red/cream

Care:

Dust only. No cleaning product. Delicate glazes.

Why We Love This

Elaborately painted Japanese Satsuma Vases from Meishi period. Signed in black ink on underside, one signature partially wiped off one of the vases.
As described by EstateMAX

Why We Love This

Elaborately painted Japanese Satsuma Vases from Meishi period. Signed in black ink on underside, one signature partially wiped off one of the vases.

About EstateMAX

Laurie Zook, CEO of EstateMAX and Other People's Stuff, the resale division, offers a variety of antique and vintage classics consigned from Washington DC-area estates and properties. Since 1999, her service company, EstateMAX, has provided transitions management, estate downsizing, clearing and liquidations. Her selection of finds includes international and domestic finely-crafted furniture, vintage kitsch, fine and decorative arts, and jewelry.