Antique Japanese Meiji Kyo Satsuma Bowl With Raised Enamel in Tokyo Type Design (Code 0368)
A Japanese Satsuma ware bowl dating to the late 19th century Meiji period. It features extensive use of raised enamel in the intricate patterns. The base glaze is somewhat grey over the earthenware body. There is a faint impressed character mark to the base, but it is not easy to decipher but it may be characters for Kyo and Town, so Kyo (or Kyoto) ware. The decoration style is more that of Tokyo, so it may be an outside decorated example, and it also has some similarities with work by Naruse Seishi. Certainly an attractive item.
Very good for period. Some minor kiln dust and small glaze pops internally. A few craze lines through the thicker glaze accumulations. Very minor wear.
Height: 7 cm ( 2 3/4 inch )
Width: 10 cm ( 4 inch )
Weight: 136 grams (before packing)
Stock Code: 0368 JN17-1
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