kyoto pottery marks

1373. A friendly reader, Rosalie Babineaux, have volunteered the information that this marks is a Noritake contract mark for Giftcraft Importers of Toronto Canada in operation during the 50s and 60s. An Unusual Japanese Kyoto Ware Porcelain Kogo or Box of a Ginkgo Tree Famous Denshichi Kato Kanzan V. The Many Faces of Japan. Of the many later contributors I would especially want to mention Albert Becker, Somerset, UK, who were the first to help with some translations and comments on the Japanese marks. Ardalt figurine. Covered, two-handled soup bowl. "ORIGINAL AEROZON", The 2 characters are read from top to bottom NICHI and HON, which read together as Nippon (= Japan). The 2 characters above the Gothic "A" read from left to right, are NICHI and HON, which read together as Nippon (= Japan). The motive was money as it usually is and the confusion eventually dampened collector enthusiasm. Our online selections are updated several times each week. Please do visit often to view the new selections. As a result, Kyoto started producing various teacups (more like oversized mugs) and tools that were used for the tea ceremony. For the last full overhaul of the Satsuma and Kutani sections, thank you to Howard Reed, Australia. The marks are more commercially oriented, more numerous and can vary even within a set of pieces. Various porcelain carries this name separate or in combination with others in their marks, of which some are listed below. This mark (red and gold) with the mountain mark reads Kinkozan Zo 錦光山造. The factory produced blanks for Satsuma decorators across Japan, notably Yabu Meizan and Gyokushu. Accordingly, all pottery now made in Kyoto is referred to as “Kyo-yaki / Kiyomizu-yaki.”. A section which was then greatly extended by Ian & Mary Heriot of which a large amount of information still awaits publication. Differences in calligraphy occurs suggesting that several artists worked under the Meizan name. The set is opalescent with white flowers not the classic chrysanthemum but similar. To read these requires references such as a good Japanese/English dictionary such as Nelsons. The 2 characters below the picture are read together as Nippon (= Japan), similar to Fukagawa. Second half 20th century. Capital "K" in a wreath. You may also find that there are no main markings, only Japanese numbers. The most popular color? Mark: Kozan. From various examples of pottery. Vase in Japanese Imari style. Tentaive date, c. 1950. - Unknown mark. For centuries, the kilns of the Gojō district in eastern Kyoto have fired some of the finest pottery and porcelain in Japan. Most of the Satsuma marks were originally submitted by Ms. Michaela Russell, Brisbane, Australia. Mark: The 2 characters are read from right to left. Okura Art China was the forebear of the famed Morimura group of companies such as Noritake (Founded in 1904 as. Mark of "Nippon Yoko Boeki Co." "wreath with a bow at the bottom and a clover". This marks also occur with the addition of "Occupied Japan", while we can assume this mark dates to the early to mid 1950s. Mark occurs in black and red. The first generation of, 464. 849. 804. Shimazu family crest above cartouche. In use on porcelain made at the Noritake factory, Chikaramachi branch, during 1928-1946. The circle with a cross that often make up a part of the marks, are the Shimazu mon or the family crest of the clan that ruled Satsuma Han however I doubt that any one of the Shimazu clan ever owned or, let alone ordered one Satsuma export style ware piece to be made. Teas set, brought back to the US in 1946. From shop HHQuiltsCollectables. Ucagco was primarily a distributor of dinnerware and glassware. While I have no firm data to back this up, it has been suggested it is a safe guess that the Hodota signature is a late Edo / Meiji period Yokohama merchant name and not that of any particular studio or pottery family. Mark: "Right 右, 10". In 1921, the official country of origin name requirement was changed to "Japan", thus creating a defined time period 1891-1921 in which wares were marked Nippon. late 1940s-early 1950s. Brush washer with blue and white decoration of a fish. 'Fine China' seems to be used consistently as a brand name under which several patterns are/were sold such as Golden Rose, Platinum Rose, Golden Wheat, Platinum Wheat, Cherry Blossom, English Garden, and St. Regis. 971. Slightly overdone marks, with colored backgrounds like this, on the whole seems to date to the period immediately following the second WW. Edo period (1603-1867) roughly split into, Showa (1926-1988), where "early Showa" is often used to cover the Showa reign before 1945, and. Second half 20th century. 938. 873. Even when Japan lived isolated from the rest of the world, during the entire Edo period (1603-1868), significant amounts of Japanese porcelain was exported to Western countries, mostly by the Dutch East India Company. Mark: 884. 1137. Generic Satsuma marks refer to marks added to a Japanese ceramic piece to indicate a style in general instead being the name of a specific company, studio or any individual artist. Sandra Andacht, in her Treasury of Satsuma book, quotes a 19th century visitor to the Kinkozan factory, saying that "the same glazed pots were decorated in two styles, the one being called Kyoto or Awata ware, and the other Satsuma". The Word Mark 'GOLD IMARI HAND PAINTED' was first used in the US December 1, 1959. Height: 38 cm. Canadian trademark GIFTCRAFT filed 1941-11-03. Mark: "G" in a wreath. Mid 20th century. It wasn't until the 30s that the company took on the official trademark of UCAGCO and began expanding overseas. This is true even for pieces of similar quality. 1382. The company specializes in A mark looking like a bee hive, was first used the last of December 1957. Thanks to Patricia Thompson dated to "somewhere between the years of 1926 & 1929". High-fired stoneware were central to this tradition. Mark: The mark reads Gyozan Sei Zo (Sei = to 'make' or 'manufacture'; Zo = 'to create') The marks indicate that the pottery was produced and decorated by Gyozan, Kyoto pottery. The producers were inventive and could readily deliver anything the export market demanded. The company seems to have shut down in 1954. The wooden presentation box is also signed "Ko" and holds his name … UCAGCO actually means United China and Glass Company. 1202. The word "Nippon" in western characters means "Japan" and occurs on most Japanese wares from around 1890 until the early 1920s. For the last full overhaul of the Satsuma and Kutani sections, thank you to Howard Reed, Australia. 811. $70. Satsuma looking ware. Japanese porcelain with Japanese 'Imari' decoration. The area became Japan's major center of porcelain production and its products were also exported from the port of Imari. Early company name or trademark, in use between 1842 to 1870. The range of Moorcroft Pottery marks begins with William Moorcroft’s time at the MacKintyre pottery and covers the 100 year history of design and ownership by William, his son Walter Moorcroft, other more current owners and marks of artists and designers from the Moorcroft Design Studio. The use of NIPPON was generally discontinued after 1921 but this mark could be later than that. Japanese porcelain. The two characters immediately below the "rising sun" reads, from, 1132. Tumblers in crackled earthenware. 975. Our Japanese Pottery Gallery offers a wide selection of ceramics from the potters of Japan, both antique pieces and those by contemporary artists. Mark: 354. After many years of a strict regulation in the Edo period (1603-1868), a new Meiji government finally opened a door to the oversea trade. Ucagco company. 1263. 1241. If you like you can even look for a pottery workshop. The name "Nippon" was chosen for items coming from Japan. Then there are place names, Satsuma, Kutani, Seto etc. 1038. "Rising sun" Nippon. Mark: 903. Porcelain was produced in Arita for the first time in 1616 under the control by the feudal lord of Nabeshima, or the present Saga Prefecture. As a result, Kyoto started producing various teacups (more like oversized mugs) and tools that were used for the tea ceremony. 350. Mark: "Made in Japan". Taisho period (1912-1926). Japanese porcelain. Tashiro Shoten Ltd porcelain shop in Yokohama which were active before WWII up until 1954. Tentatively a Japanese ware. Retired in 1926. Exhibited internationally 1889 (Paris) - 1915 (San Francisco). Meiji period (1868-1912). Date: probably late 20s to early 1930s when this type of ware was mostly in vougue. Thanks to Patricia Thompson dated to "somewhere between the years of 1926 & 1929". 573. 388. Meiji period, circa 1880s. Made table wares and earthenware in Satsuma style. Many of these companies were in business for very short periods of time. All expressed opinions are my personal or those of my trusted friends and fellow experts, based on photos and the owners submitted descriptions. Businessmen and entrepreneurs from all over Japan flocked around the port and to set up shops. Marks and Seals. Chin Jukan XIV (1926-) (Satsuma Jukan sei). Hans Slager, Belgium, William Turnbull, Canada and Tony Jalin Zhang, Beijing. To immediately gain a better understanding on the many names that occurs in Japanese pottery and porcelain, I believe the map available here that indicates the most common kiln areas (blue names) and cities (names in red) will be helpful. Possible a mark indicating the place of the vase within a set. A warm thank you also goes to John R. Skeens, Florida, U.S.A. and Toru Yoshikawa for the Kitagawa Togei section and to Susan Eades for her help and encouragement towards the creation of the Moriyama section. Kyoto Satsuma ware. 799. late 1940s-early 1950s. Recent information has it that. 283. Mark: The Shimazu clan mark (Satsuma) above. The "T N" could be "Tame & Japanese Vintage Kyoto Pottery Celadon Mizusashi Impressed Mark. Probably last quarter 20th century. Japanese contemporary, factory made porcelain ware. Personal signatures by the artists involved are quite common. "Genuine Samurai China" Patent No. Their technique and skills were the traditional but the products were commercial, except a few true artisans, such as for example the Makuzu company. Elephant mark. He is considered as the "father" of Japanese porcelain. 683. Web design and content as it appears here © Jan-Erik Nilsson 1996-document.write(new Date().getFullYear());. The company apparently stopped exporting in 2007 and are now only selling domestically in Japan. HIRA". 1356. Depending on the age of the piece and actual artist, the family name Chin Jukan also occurs. Wishbone and Horseshoe mark. 588. The Handbook of Japan and Japanese exhibits at World's fair, St. Louis, 1904, has the following information: "The porcelains manufactured by us are sold by the Tajima & Co., Boston, Chicago, Yokohama, Kobe, Nagoya, Japan, etc., being well known under the name of. Ryuzan (? Moriyama Mori-machi. 1386. The Kyoto Ceramic Art Association Official Shop and Gallery is located at the start of Gojozaka. Date 1945-52. 815. 688. A few real-life Samples of Genuine Moorcroft Pottery Marks. Regarding 'Nippon' marked porcelain, wares marked 'Japan' or 'Made in Japan' have not been as desirable as those marked 'Nippon'. 738. Koro, with decoration of "Arhats" (sages) etc., Mark: Likely to be a commissioning agent and not a manufacturer, 346. Artist signature: "Hododa". Kiyomizu shinmichi or better known as Chanwanzaka in Kiyomizudera area has heaps of pottery shops and galleries. At the Paris Exhibition of 1878, such imitations of pieces decorated in relief had a great success. The most recent larger contribution was made by Lisa M. Surowiec, New Jersey, USA. Pices middle to high quality, occasionally exceptional. Okura Art China was established in 1919 in the suburb of Kamata in Tokyo by Magobei Okura and his son Kazuchika who were both amongst the 6 founders of the Noritake company in 1904. Dai Nippon Satsuma Hododa. The red dot following the Japanese character is unexplained. Pin dish, for a lady's dressing table. Mid 20th cent. 578. The two characters immediately below the "rising sun" reads, from, 1548. Mark including "Kaga no Kuni" meaning that these ceramics were produced in Kaga Han (today Kanazawa). While several readings are possible, Hododa is the most common among collectors. Often available in tourist shops and on American military bases in Japan. On some Japanese Satsuma wares the thee kanji characters 保土田 occurs in the mark. There are a number of examples of export wares where marks including the Japanese characters for Dai Nippon are stamped or printed, that suggests that this marking did continued to be used in-between the wars. Mark: Red stamped 'Shimazu' crest and "Made in Occupied Japan". Japanese export porcelain. 10, 15, 16, 18. 1267. Here, you will find works by masters made with refined traditional styles, as well as new, sensitivity-rich works by young ceramic and pottery artists on display and available for purchase. Tentative date 1930-40s. It is generally accepted that marks that includes "Dai Nippon" in Japanese characters on the whole date to the Meiji (1868-1912) period, reflecting the greatly increased nationalism of that period. Lawrence I believe have this as "Hododa Biten or Hododa Meizan (Hododa company, large company in Yokohama)", Shimazu family crest above cartouche. Bowl in crackled earthenware. If considered, two further characters at the bottom left and center. Stamped. Almost all Japanese pottery items bear an incision or mark made by the craftsman, although some makers did not mark the item so that the pottery itself was their signature. "Lustre ware". The red mark is a ring with MADE IN JAPAN and in the center is a triangle with KB. Possible 1920-30. Mark: The letter "T" in a wreath, below it says Japan. At the same time, other artists were producing exquisite wares of the highest quality. Mark: The Shimazu clan mark (Satsuma) above. "Satsuma Gosu Blue" was produced in very limited quantity in Kyoto in the mid-19th century, and is now the most sought after of the Satsuma wares. The wooden presentation box is also signed "Ko" and holds his name stamp. Satsuma "Yabu Meizan" mark from 1904 advertising. "L'amour China - Hand Painted". Nagoya Seito Sho. New York Mark is. $69 Reduced Price 19% Off . Kyoto is known for its ancient traditions and magnificent craftsmanship, and on this experience, you’ll learn the basics of pottery from highly skilled pottery artists. Early 20th century. The, Nikko, Nikko-ya, dealer located in Nagasaki, 347. Most pieces marked this way dates from c. 1947 to 1961. HIRA, Occupied Japan period (1945-52). The use of the word "Shoten" indicates the name for a shop which is selling products from its own kiln. Mark: Top to bottom, left to right, it reads, 1341. Date 1945-52. Our Japanese Pottery Gallery offers a wide selection of ceramics from the potters of Japan, both antique pieces and those by contemporary artists. Retro style decoration, later part of 20th century. Probably 1950s. Mark can occur on any wares they were reselling and trading in. Successive lords promoted traditional culture and crafts of the city and the first kiln was established as Japan Ironstone Inc. Porcelain with this mark is probably bought directly in Japan, since there are no western characters in the mark. Although hand painted, factory mass produced, and appearing with several decorator's marks. I have started to wonder if maybe all these "wreath"-marks maybe are Noritake porcelain in disguise. 919. Mark: 880. Mark: Japanese reading: Eiwa Kinsei, "Eiwa (name) Respectfully Made". Mashiko’s distinctive local red-brown clay has been used to make everyday objects like water jugs since the 1850’s. Kyoto was the center of culture and the biggest economic market at the time, which led it to feature pottery from all over Japan. Mark: "Right 右, 5". 1535. Chikaramachi, Made In Japan. Mark: 'jye' or 'HY' within 'Made in Japan'. Worked for Seikozan and can be the actual source for many of their pieces. Workshop located in Kanazawa, Kaga prefecture producing good to exceptional work. Tashiro Shoten Ltd? Top Kyoto Paint & Pottery Studios: See reviews and photos of paint & pottery studios in Kyoto, Japan on Tripadvisor. made this). Satsuma was produced in Kagoshima, Kyoto, Tokyo, Osaka, Kobe, and Kanazawa by hundreds of known artists, in many styles and by literally thousands of unknown decorators. Almost all Japanese pottery items bear an incision or mark made by the craftsman, although some makers did not mark the item so that the pottery itself was their signature. However, in stamped versions it also occurred on mass produced export wares well into the 1930s. Mark: Dai Nihon Satsuma Gyokusen zo. MARUKU CHINA, Japan, Moriage dragon ware typ of porcelain. Older spellings are Giokozan (Brinkley, 1900) and Giokuzan (Bowes, 1882). They are not to be used for any financial or commercial decisions but for educational and personal interest only and can and will be changed here as further information merits. Mark: Tezuka Kinsei, Tokuyama, c 1910-20, 1352. Vantine's, the Oriental Store. Modern, late 20th century. Mid to late 1920s. Mark: 1074. Ucagco company mark under a crown mark. Japanese Kutani porcelain with enamel decoration. Most pieces marked. (Ming Mountain). Shimazu family crest; cartouche reads. Mark: "TMK CHINA". From shop Antiqueswithmore. Mark: Mt. For most of the "Zan brothers" (marks incorporating the Japanese character for mountain = zan) nothing is known. This is probably c. 1921-1930 ( certainly after September 1921, given the MIJ written above the mark). Thus arose the transfer (stencil) based fake Nippon mark applied by unscrupulous dealers to thousands of imported Japanese porcelain. In the 1960s, collector ranks swelled and demand for marked Nippon pieces vastly exceeded the supply. Mark: The three top characters read, from right to left -. Meiji period (1868-1912). It is generally accepted that marks that includes "Dai Nippon" in Japanese characters on the whole date to the Meiji (1868-1912) period, reflecting the greatly increased nationalism of that period. From examples in the Bowes collection, Japanese pottery, Bowes, James Lord, 1890. Browse Similar. Japanese porcelain. So while finding a back stamp saying "Nippon" is a useful dating aid its absence is not determinative. The Many Faces of Japan. The 2 characters above the "A(L)" read from left to right, are NICHI and HON, which read together as Nippon (= Japan). This mark could be related to. 1399. 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