Satsuma Ware White Glazed Bottle


A Naeshirogawa type Shiro-Satsuma (white glazed Satsuma ware) bottle fired in the late Edo period. It has an endearing shape that draws a gentle curve, and the silky and glossy skin is covered with fine crazing. In Naeshirogawa, where the production of Nishikide (brocade) was banned by the clan until the middle of the 19th century, while these plain white glaze, Sunkoroku Satsuma (modelled on the Sawankhalok), and Mishima Satsuma (inlaid) were produced since the 18th century.

There are no defects other than a short hairline on the bottom and no noticeable stains inside.

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