The signature to the bases is Sennosuke Kusube, not to be confused with the son Yaichi Kusube, considering the year of birth of Yaichi (1897), it is clear that all of Kusube's work made in Meiji and early Taisho period can be attributed to Kusube Sennosuke. And given the style of work, it also seems certain that all the Kyoto-Satsuma work from the later Taisho and Showa I periods was produced by Sennosuke. Possibly Yaichi helped his father (who was in his seventies at the beginning of Showa period) with the development of the more modern Kusube work from the Taisho and Showa period.From the Paul kettle collection. The conditions description is a statement of opinion only, for these reasons, please look carefully at each photo. Any bright spots in the pictures can be attributed to lighting unless specifically addressed in the description. This item is in the category "Antiques\Asian/Oriental Antiques\Japanese\Vases".
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