The tea set (left) is signed with 嘉, which can be translated as Ka, a company that worked from the Meiji period until WWII.The vase (right) is signed with 五ヱ 堂, which can be pronounced as Goeido, where the last character Do (堂) means company or shop.
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Greetings, I have this beautiful Antique Satsuma Candy Box, which I obtained along with Other Porcelain Pieces when Buying an Apartment in an Aution, I would like to cup it and then sell it....
Sorry, but I'm not an appraiser, so I'm definitely not giving an official appraisal. But if you send some pictures, maybe I can give an indication, based on my experience as a collector: Info@satsuma-
I've got a tiny collection to show, i would like to know how much it's worth.
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