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Admin08.12.2021

Japanese Satsuma Pottery

They are about 3 inches tall.
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Admin12.01.2022

Japanese Noritake porcelain

Soma ware The founder Tashiro Gengoemon later Seijiemon trained under Ninsei and, following his return to his hometown, the Nakamura Clan's kiln manufactured pottery from the Bakumatsu period through the Meiji era and continues to the present day under the 15th generation head of the kiln, Tashiro Hideto.
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Admin04.12.2021

MARKS & BACKSTAMPS ON CERAMICS & CHINAWARE

Anonymous Hello What a wonderful and informative site, intriguing.
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Admin11.02.2022

Backstamps

Sakaida Kakiemon Kakiemon ware is a kind of Arita ware.
Admin27.12.2021

How to identify Japanese pottery porcelain marks

This marked the beginning of a dark age for Mashiko.
Admin06.12.2021

Chinese and Japanese Porcelain Marks

Date: Probably latter part of the Meiji 1868-1913 period.
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Admin29.12.2021

How to identify Japanese pottery porcelain marks

Some, as in the case of hand-decorated figurines, are signed with handwritten initials or a simple logo of the artist or modeler.
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Admin11.12.2021

Japanese marks and seals

There were a number of Bizans working over the years.
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Admin08.12.2021

Japanese Satsuma Pottery

Until white potter's clay was found in the area currently known as Hioki, it was fabricated using clay that was brought by potters from the Korean Peninsula.
Admin25.11.2021

Modern Japanese Pottery and Porcelain Marks (窯印): MADE IN JAPAN OR JAPAN

For example, the most common way to mark porcelain is to use an ink stamp also referred to as a backstamp , whereas many items have Impressed blind stamped or Incised marks and symbols.
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Admin29.11.2021

Modern Japanese Pottery and Porcelain Marks (窯印): MADE IN JAPAN OR JAPAN

It takes its name from tea master Furuta Oribe 1544-1615.
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