Genuine satsuma?

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  1. Joanne Spurgeon

    Joanne Spurgeon New Member

    20210504_104906.jpg Good morning all

    My dad has recently passed and had this vase and was quite particular about it. Can anyone shed any light on if its worth keeping please
     
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  2. John Brassey

    John Brassey Well-Known Member

    I think it is modern Chinese and not Satsuma at all. Very little value I am afraid.
     
  3. Ce BCA

    Ce BCA Well-Known Member

    It is certainly in the Satsuma style, but items that have this type of mark on the bottom date to the later 20th century, and no older than the 1970's going right through to today. Some are also made in China in the Satsuma style, sometimes these just had a 'Made in China' sticker which can be lost/removed over time. As such they do not have much commercial value aside their decorative function.
     
  4. Joanne Spurgeon

    Joanne Spurgeon New Member

    Thank you both!
     
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  5. Any Jewelry

    Any Jewelry Well-Known Member

    I agree, recent Chinese. I don't think they are trying to fake Satsuma ware, the costumes and hairstyles are clearly Chinese.;)
     
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