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Pair of hexagonal Satsuma porcelain vases with richpolychrome and goldenamel decoration featuring haloed figures gathered in a landscape. The neck and shoulder are decorated with geometric motifs. Each vase bears a mark under the base. Satsuma Japan, early 20th century.

Documentation: between 1860 and the beginning of the 20th century, Europe underwent a veritable revolution in the way it looked, thanks to "Japonism". The term referred to the infatuation with everything that came from Japan, imitating its style and manner. This singular fashion, which lasted for almost half a century, spread to all Western countries, including France, which enthusiastically welcomed prints and ceramics by Japanese artists. Art objects arrived in Europe through collectors and, above all, through world exhibitions.

Circa: 1910

Dim: W:9,5cm, D:9,5cm, H:15,5cm.

Condition report: both vases are in very good condition, with no wear to the polychrome decoration or gilding.

Period: 20th century
Style: Japanese
Materials: Enamel".
Identifier Exists False
LP : 2430
Availability : Object available
Width : 10 (cm)
Height 16 (cm)
Depth 10 (cm)
Delivery : Free delivery

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