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Pair Antique Satsuma Ware Pottery Vases by Hakusan - Japanese Meiji c1880 (Code 2473)

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A pair of late 19th century Japanese satsuma ware vases by Hakusan at the White Mountain kiln.  They are in the Kyoto style with a light oatmeal ground and 'petal' forms to the top with formal patterns.  The vases are of squared form and have twin lion mask bosses to the sides with exaggerated open mouths.  The scenes are of mountainous landscapes with villagers and wrap around to a lake on the reverse.  They are marked to the base for the maker.  Hakusan was one of the smaller makers of Satsuma ware but their production appears to be consistently good.



Both good for period with nice crackle to the glaze.  Wear is very limited for the age.  One has a minor firing tear to the rim.

Measurements (Approx)

Height: 15.7 cm  ( 6 1/8 inch )

Width: 9.5 cm  ( 3 3/4 inch )

Weight: 666 grams (before packing)

Stock Code:  2473  JN21-6



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