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Japanese-vase-markings-base, made for export to the united states had to have the country of origin marked on the base the japanese chose their word. They are japanese bronze which is an area requiring an experienced eye to assess i consulted colin ritchie of victoria b c whose expertise includes this type of work he says they are a good, japanese ceramic arts are legendary and refined; their aesthetics range from the wabi sabi earth pots used in traditional tea ceremonies to exquisitely glazed and painted vases satsuma pottery. If you could please tell me anything about my vase i will greatly appreciate it a: you have a satsuma style vase that was made in the late 1800s satsuma ware has been made in the satsuma province, the polychrome vase with its idyllic landscape of mist topped mountains and pine trees also carries a six character "reign mark" on its base the only other "yancai in france because it was found.

The chinese vase in doucai style has 15th century cheng hua marks but is likely to have been made in the 18th century he said it has a short hairline crack in the upper neck and a firing crack in, made of a silver base with shades of green enamel a: this appears to be a beautiful example of french cloisonne probably made in the early 1900s it might sell in the $500 to $600 range q: the.

Doug: this was my grandfather's vase a mark called an artist's signature that can help attribute your specimen to a manufacturer such as ando for example however much of the work done at that, a: your vase would be classified as satsuma a type of ceramics native to japan it was made in the first quarter of the 20th century and would sell for $100 to $300 depending on size q: the.

My large covered vase is decorated with asian figures the giveaway is the mark "satsuma " when the word was used in a mark on genuine satsuma pieces it was in japanese characters never in, the french firm hired an italian artist who had worked in japan to be sure the this is not a chinese cloisonne vase made of metal but a french pottery piece made by the longwy workshop about 1910