Vintage Nippon Hand Painted Porcelain Moriage Satsuma Creamer


We really do have an obsession with creamers and this piece is the most elaborate we've seen. Done with a time consuming technique called moriage, this hand painted creamer has a highly textural surface with red, gold and dark green accents. It depicts the seven gods and the immortals. We think this fancy creamer would complement a simple modern black china tea set nicely.

The creamer stands 3" high and is 4 7/8" wide at the top from spout to handle. One tiny chip on the top edge but overall in remarkably good vintage condition. This piece is marked “Hand Painted Nippon,” which means it was made in Japan and imported to the US between 1891 and 1921.

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