By the mid 1800s (Meiji Period), Kyo-Satsuma ware was a popular Japanese export, and ceramist Kinkozan Kobayashi became known for his polychrome overglaze enamels (iroe) produced at his Kagiya workshop in Kyoto. Jiki Shippo Meiji Ceramic & Porcelain Another of the major developments in the art of Cloisonn enameling during the Meiji period was the invention of jiki shippo porcelain cloisonn. In jiki shippo (aka totai jippo or musen jippo) enamelware the enamel pigments are applied to ceramic pottery or a porcelain base instead of metal The process of applying filigree wire and fired enamel to ceramic pottery was developed by Tsukamoto Kaisuke in 1868. Kyoto Satsuma earthenware became a popular base material for totai jippo.
The item "Antique 19th Century Asian Japanese Moriage Kyoto Satsuma Pottery 12 Meiji Vase" is in sale since Monday, October 3, 2016. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Religion & Spirituality\Judaism\Mezuzahs, Scrolls". The seller is "meditype" and is located in Langhorne, Pennsylvania. This item can be shipped worldwide.