Satsuma is a Japanese pottery with a distinctive creamy beige crackled glaze. Most of the pieces were decorated with blue, red, green, orange, or gold. Almost all Satsuma found today was made after 1860, especially during the Meiji Period, 1868 - 1912. During World War I, Americans could not buy undecorated European porcelains. Women who liked to make hand-painted porcelains at home began to decorate plain Satsuma. These pieces are known today as American Satsuma.
Figural Satsuma Plate
Markings/Maker: Oriental Red mark
Material: Ceramic Porcelain Pottery
Accents: Raised enamel paint, gold details and so much more
Condition: Estate wonderful
Size: Approx. 10 1/4" wide x 1" high
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