Treasures of Japan

A fine quality Satsuma small bowl by Hasegawa in the shape of a lotus flower. The central panel shows a family in an interior scene, and is bordered by butterflies and flowers, with children playing around the outside of the bowl. The piece is 9 cm in diameter and 4 cm deep, and it is signed by Hasegawa. The bowl is in excellent condition and dates from the Meiji period (1868-1912). Price: £775

We are a small business dealing exclusively in Japanese Antiques, predominantly from the Meiji period (1868-1912).  It was during this time that Japan opened up to the West and the Emperor encouraged its highly skilled craftsmen to showcase their work to the rest of the world. Meiji period work is characterised by its attention to detail and the high quality of the workmanship.

Our particular speciality is Satsuma ware although we do offer other Japanese items such as Cloisonné and Bronzes.

We have been exhibiting at the Antiques for Everyone Fairs for many years.

If you are interested in any of our items please email for additional details and images. All prices include postage by Royal Mail Special Delivery to addresses within the UK, and relevant insurance.

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