Japanese Satsuma Pottery Vase

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Japanese Satsuma Pottery Vase

A late 19th to early 20th century Japanese Satsuma pottery vase.

This Meiji period (1868 - 1912) vase has a mark on the underside for "Gyokuzan".

The vase has two main panels of hand painted decoration, one side has cranes on a lake side with tall bamboos an mount Fuji in the background.

The other side has king fisher type birds beside a small waterfall and a background of many flowers and mount Fuji in the distance.

The neck is decorated with 'Sample' patterns a pair of handles and the base rim has the same sample pattern decoration.

The vase is in good condition with some rubbing of the gilt to the top rim and handles.

The vase comes with a later carved wood stand that is not original. (Circa 1900)

Vase 31.5cm (12.4 inches)
Diameter 15cm (5.9 inches)