Is My Satsuma Pottery Genuine?

I get messages over at our facebook page that accompanies this site, asking if pieces of inherited or bought pottery are genuine and if I can give an approximate value. Apart from people looking for information on Satsuma Pottery or getting a great deal on the eBay listings I provide on each page, this is […]

Are You A Satsuma Pottery Expert? Or How To Spot A Fake

The team and I get plenty of emails from readers of this site asking us to look at their Satsuma Pottery and tell them the value, the history and anything about it we can. The only problem is, that 80% of these messages are met with the same reply: “I’m sorry to say that this […]

Satsuma Tea Set

Although Satsuma style pottery can be very old, there are still a number of Tea Sets that were made during this time period. The Satsuma Tea Sets usually come as a set, often in a wooden presentation case inlaid with a soft material such as velvet or silk.  However, it is also possible that the […]