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We would love to see any images of your Satsumaware pottery, figures, vases or bowls!

If you send a few images and any description along with your details to us here at the following email address and we will feature your items here. Any information about where you purchased the item or how much it was valued at would also be great.

gallery@satsuma-pottery.com

We want to make a real community of Satsuma Pottery owners and lovers here - so please share!

Also, if you are interested in having the Satsuma Mark identified, please send in an image and we will endeavor to give you as much information as possible.

Thanks.

Tao.

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  • Tao Schencks says:

    Choshuzan

  • Anne Dante says:

    Hi, I’ve learnt a lot from your page on how to read Satsuma marks after my boyfriend bought me a little vase. I can see it says ‘great nippon’ on the right hand side and ‘zan’ at lower left, but I can’t find the other kanji anywhere. I’d be very grateful if you could tell me more, thanks

  • Kimmie Dover says:

    Looking for history on these inherited items

  • Kimmie Dover says:

    I inherited these pieces and would love to know their history?

  • Andrew D Pearson says:

    Hi, I came across this again the other day, it’s been in the family a while as far as I know. I was just wondering if its Japanese or Chinese and any other information on type and date…Thanks Andrew

  • Andrew D Pearson says:

    Hi, I came across this again the other day, it’s been in the family a while as far as I know. I was just wondering if its Japanese or Chinese and any other information on type and date…Thanks Andrew

  • Erik says:

    This is a Chinese mark, so its not real Satsuma.

  • Marion Polhill says:

    Hello. I have been trawling the net trying to find out what the symbol on my satsuma vase means but to no avail. I have now finally found your site and hope you could help me identify it.

  • Karen Howe says:

    Searched high and low but can’t identify this vase & mark; any help would be hugely appreciated! Thanks!

  • Erik Blume says:

    This appears to be an early 1900’s Satsuma vase. There is no seal or artist name on the bottom but there is some etching on the rim which appear to be katakana. It came as a set of two very similar vases. Any thoughts on its origin?

  • Jennifer Leonard says:

    Hi my name is stephen .is this a real piece and if so is it valueable.i think its great but what would u think.thanks

  • Linda Jackson says:

    Hi, can you help me identify this…..someone told me that the maker was named “Lin an”? is this considered Satsuma? the top rim has two rough edges that look like there may have been handles at one time. Thanks for you help

  • David McIntosh says:

    Nice even if its just a 1970’s chinese reproduction. Even reproductions can be collectible. Anyhow would you have a photo of a real egg from satsuma.

    Thanks
    Dave

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