Welcome to Samurai Gift, official antique shop of Samurai Museum in Tokyo. Japanese Antique Pottery Ware - Satsuma Ware (Satsuma Yaki-02).Title: Satsuma Ware, Sparrows and Flower. Description White color base Satsuma ware. Sparrows and pink flowers are drawn on this ware. The gold outline gives the whole art an elegant look. As sparrows form a flock and act among birds, the sparrow pattern represents abundant crops and prosperity.
Their small and adorable figures have attracted people for a long time. Flowers that are blooming under sparrows might be chrysanthemum and astragalus sinicus. Sparrows and astragalus sinicus, both of them are related to rice.Therefore, probably these motifs were familiar among Japanese people since rice cultivation is flourishing in Japan. As this item is an antique, please check each photo and ensure its condition. Satsuma ware is a kind of Japanese pottery made in Satsuma Province Kagoshima Pref. From 1529 to 1598, the battle of Bunroku, Keichou?? It was the conflict between Japan and the Korean Peninsula. After this troop dispatch to the Korean Peninsula, Yoshihiro Shimazu, who was the 17th feudal lord of the Satsuma domain, brought back more than 80 Korean potters to Japan. They opened kilns in various parts in the Satsuma domain and made different pottery types depending on their locations or style of a potter. They were categorized into five styles: Naeshirogawa-Kei???? And all of them are called Satsuma Yaki. Satsuma ware is classified as two groups based on the differences of each characteristic. Shiro-Satsuma is also called Shiromon???
It is made of white clay and is carefully molded. And then it is covered with a transparent glaze.
Fine cracks are seen on the surface of the pottery. Usually, it is decorated with gorgeous designs with gold, red, green, purple, and yellow. Shiro-Satsuma was made for the domain so that the domain and the Shimazu family had it. Kuro-Satsuma is also known as Kuromon??? It has been appreciated as a daily household appliance for ordinary people in contrast to Shiromon.
As it uses ferrous soil, Kuro-Satsuma has black color and has a simple and sturdy body. Satsuma ware was exhibited in the 1867 Paris World Expo and regarded highly in Europe.
Since then, Satsuma ware is called "SATSUMA" and loved not only in Japan but overseas. 30 cm × 19.5 cm (approximately). 2,215 g for each. Please note that your use of e-bay is governed by the following terms. These Terms are between you and Samurai Museum and govern our respective rights and obligations.
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