The Japanese Satsuma vase by the artist Jiuzan was made on the island of Kyushu. It has a low squat ovoid body with a tall sloping cylindrical neck, finely painted in minute detail are two panels with a group of elaborately dressed beauties having tea, a ground of repeating diaper and floral patterns, delicate floral motif on the neck, Jiuzan signature on the base. Japan: It dates to the Meiji Period (1868-1912) Size: 9 ¾" high (24.8 cm)
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