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This is the last of the china... probably Japanese turn of

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This is the last of the china... probably Japanese turn of the 19th/20th centuties. 11.5cm diameter. Has been broken in half and repaired. Mark on the base.

This is an 1870 to 1890s Japanese Satsuma bowl made by **** zan (can't see the mark)

repaired in about 1910 with staples, valued at $50.

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