We are pleased to offer these stunningly gorgeous Japanese satsuma lobed bowl and plate from the Taisho period (approx. 1912-1926). These earthenware pottery pieces are delicately hand-painted beautifully with a garden waterfall, temple and red bridge scenery representing summer and autumn. They have a lovely crackle ivory background with gilding lobed edges and accents. Undersides are signed in red and gold. Measurements: Bowl: 5” diameter x 2” high, Plate: 6 1/8” diameter.
Condition Report: Very good condition with NO chips or cracks. May show minor wear and/or discoloration but nothing significant, we only mention for accuracy.
Customers are always welcome to pick up from our store during business hours. We offer combine shipping per request. Savings are passed along to our customers; shipping cost is based on packaging, size and weight of combined items.
ABOUT US: We are a consignment store located in Lewisville, Texas and have been proudly selling since 2002. Our large showroom is filled with quality furniture, art and collectibles solely from our consignor's estates and private collections.
PLEASE NOTE: Texas customers are subject to pay 8.25% sales tax.
ANTIQUES & VINTAGE: Please remember the items we sell had a previous life. Therefore, there may be light scratches, imperfections or other minor signs of wear. Although we do our very best to describe and provide the correct information about the item, we are not experts.