Satsuma Ware Black Glazed Two Ears Buddhist Vase


Satsuma ware vase fired in the early Edo period. It has a thread-cutted flat base and two ears on the neck. It concludes that it was produced in the Dobira kiln of the Naeshirogawa category, which started with Korean pottery techniques but was gradually changed to Japanized style, based on the shellfish stacking marks and quality. The curvy shape is conscious of the tea ceremony, and the deep glossy black glaze is excellent with flowers—a rare example of an old Kuro-Satsuma (black Satsuma-yaki).

There are no noticeable defects other than a chip on one of the ears.

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