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Alle sequenzierten Mandarinen erwiesen sich als genetisch sehr ähnlich mit Ausnahme der chinesischen Mangshan , die unerwarteterweise eine bisher unerkannte Zitrusart, Citrus mangshanensis benannt, repräsentiert.
Alle kultivierten Mandarinen gehen auf Hybridisierungen zurück. Nach den genetischen Erkenntnissen handelt es sich also bei der Satsuma nicht um eine eigene Art, sondern um eine Zuchtlinie der Kulturmandarine, die auf Kreuzung verschiedener Mandarinensorten und eine Reihe unabhängiger somatischer Mutationen zurückgeht.
Die Kulturmandarine selbst ist durch Einkreuzung des Erbguts der Pampelmuse gegenüber ihrer in der Wildform unbekannten Stammart genetisch verändert.
Für die Satsuma wird ein Ursprung in Japan angenommen, obwohl die genaue Herkunftsregion nicht nachgewiesen ist. Der Name Satsuma leitet sich ab von Satsuma , dem früheren Namen eines Territoriums in der heutigen Präfektur Kagoshima im Süden Japans.
Ihr Anbau dort ist seit dem Jahrhundert nachgewiesen. In Europa wurde sie zuerst im Jahrhundert durch die Forschungsberichte des Naturforschers Philipp Franz von Siebold bekannt.
That being said, modern satsuma and chikuzen biwas might have five strings. As such, it should not be confused with similar fruit such as the satsuma or honey sweet orange, or other popular varieties.
The satsuma also has particularly delicate flesh, which can not withstand the effects of careless handling. In recent years pineapples and mikan, or satsuma mandarin, have been grown in the rugged hill areas of the village.
Satsuma slowly attempted to strip power from women. Satsuma rule was harsh, with the inhabitants of the island reduced to serfdom and forced to raise sugar cane to meet high taxation, which often resulted in famine.
Satsuma started to directly rule the islands from , sending a commissioner. Satsuma's former "samurai" were numerous, however, and they had a long tradition of opposition to central authority.
Satsuma was first opened in Translations of satsuma in Chinese Traditional. Need a translator? Translator tool.
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Although hand painted, factory mass produced, and appearing with several decorator's marks. Mark: Shozan. Japanese export ware in Satsuma style.
Showa period, Post WWII, around s. Mark illegible but might be Shozan. Shozuzan Shozusan illegible. Shugetsu Shuho Shuzan Mark: The Shimazu clan mark Satsuma above Shuzan zo meaning "Made by Shuzan" with a long u.
The top character is shu or "excellent, surpassing", the second is zan or yama , "mountain" , the third is zo or "made". Date between to Mark: Shuzan Left: Shimazu family crest followed by cartouche reading "Shuzan"; right cartouche reads "Shozan".
Mark: Shuzan. Meiji period Sodo Sozan Suwa. Suwa Sozan I Sozan, See: Kinkozan Suizan Tachibana Taizan Yohei Adopted by the Taizan family in Transformed their pottery in Kyoto to large factory making Satsuma wares.
The first generation of Taizan potters were active at the end of the s. The family specialized in tea utensils, blue glazed pottery, porcelains with celadon glazes and pottery with overglaze enamels.
Taizan VII died c. In the well-known and important Kyoto manufacturer Taizan VIII started to export of their products together with Kinkozan IV.
The company name was Obi-ya or Obi-ya where 'tai' is another reading of the character 'Obi'. Takahashi Yohei, Go art name Taizan , was the head of the 9th and last generation of the Takahashi family of Awata potters.
Under him the family produced mainly for the export market, in particular to America where his products were much sought after. The Taizan kiln appears to have closed around However in and reports have it that Taizan is still working "on a comparatively small scale".
The production seems to have been maintained until 9th Taizan Yohei died in During the end of the Meiji period and into Taisho, Taizan decorated blanks from Kinkozan , Izumo Wakayama , etc.
Pieces occurs that has both Kinkozan and Taizan markings where generally the Kinkozan mark is impressed in the piece itself and the Taizan mark is written.
The firing of enamel decoration is an uncomplicated process compared to firing ceramics and could have been done anywhere. In the 9th Taizan Yohei died, putting an end to the production.
Dai Nippon Taizan Sei. This mark: Meiji period Impressed mark: Taizan. Date: Meiji period , around in age.
Mark: Taizan. Mark: Dai Nippon Taizan Sei. Date: Meiji period , tentative date c. Date: Meiji period , Taizan Yohei IX , tentative date c.
Date: Meiji period , Taizan Yohei IX. Tentative date, late Meiji. Mark: Dai nippon Taizan sei Takeuchi Mark: "Takeuchi". Cartouche with Shimazu circular family crest above name.
Tanaka Taniguchi Tanshu Tanzan Tashino Mark Tashino zo. Possibly late 20th century. Click here to see large picture Tashiro Tohozan Tokozan Tomo Mark: Below the circular Shimazu crest, a single kanji character Tomo , "companion".
Date: Meiji period, Click here to see large picture Toyama Tozan Ito, Ito Tozan Tozan Ito established business I Kyoto Made table wares and earthenware in Satsuma style.
Cartouche reads Uchida. Date: Taisho to Showa period. Umekokoro, Ume kokoro Urazakiyama Yabu Meizan, see Meizan Yasuda Trademark Yasuda Kyoto Tokiji Goshigaisha Yasuda is a trademark.
There were several artists working with Yasuda Kyoto Tokiji Goshigaisha. The thing to keep in mind with Yasuda is that apart from possibly Yabu Meizan whose output maintained a very high standard, most of the producers varied in quality, some great some so so.
Yasuda trademark, Hozan Generic Satsuma marks refer to marks added to a Japanese ceramic piece to indicate a style in general instead being the name of a specific company, studio or any individual artist.
Chin Jukan Jukan zo, Jukan sei, Gyokuzan zo occurs under many signatures. Other artists are Chin Jukan XIV , Satsuma Jukan sei and Chin Jukan XV Choshuzan, alternative reading ZHO or naka , SHU and ZAN yama.
Older spellings are Giokozan Brinkley, and Giokuzan Bowes, Chin Jukan Jukan zo, Jukan sei, Gyokuzan zo Chin Jukan XII was the founding father of the satsuma industry in Kagoshima, Satsuma province.
Chin Jukan XIV Satsuma Jukan sei Chin Jukan XV Tentative date; mid 20th century. Mark: Satsuma Gyozan Click here to see large picture.
Mark: "Hododa". Shimazu family crest above cartouches. Reading top to bottom, right to left the top cartouche is: Dai Nippon, Bi jutsu. The lower cartouche is: Satsuma, Hododa.
Mark: The Shimazu clan mark Satsuma above Jin-zan Click here to see large picture. Date: Late Meiji Click here to see large picture.
The third character is a seal or the kakihan of the artist. The Kinkozan family have been associated with pottery since Click here to see large picture Kizan.
Koshida seems to have been a prolific maker of Satsuma from at least the ,s. Date: Click here to see large picture.
Kyokuzan which could be literally translated to Morning Sun Mountan is know on both typical Satsuma earthenware body as well as white porcelain, some signed 'Kutani', why while possibly a potter, this might rather be a shop or company name.
The Makuzu workshop the official kiln name was established in Yokohama in by the Kyoto potter Miyagawa Kozan The mark is a kind of shorthand "Maruni".
A circle is maru meaning "round". Sometimes the 'ni' appears within a circle. It appears as if this company continued to operate right up until the WWII or about I have so far not found any porcelain Maruni wares with the addition of "Occupied Japan" or "CPO".
Mark: Shimazu family crest over Maruni. Tea or coffee set. The artist Yabu Meizan had his own studio operating from approx s to s.
Workshop located in Kanazawa, Kaga prefecture producing good to exceptional work. Date: Late Meiji or slightly later Click here to see large picture.
An exceptional artist located in Kobe, deducted from early signatures including his location. Little is known about the artist Shoko Takebe besides that he is known to have decorated a number of pieces for the English merchant Thomas Blow.
Adopted by the Taizan family in Tozan Ito established business I Kyoto Yasuda is a trademark. Satsuma ware. Mark from top to bottom: The circle and cross Satsuma Mon, the signature of Seikozan artist, and below, Yasuda Co trademark.
Mark listed here as an example of the Yasuda trade mark. Beside this, see the respective artists. Tea set, Mark: Mark: Naganune Sei.
Dragon ware with lithophane, probably decorated in Hong Kong. Mark: Mark: Okadake. Tentative date Meiji period Two characters to the right - Nippon, Two central characters - Satsuma, Two left hand characters - yaki i.
Mark: Dai Nippon Tsuizan Satsuma Yaki Choshufusi Sei. Mark: Meigyekudo. Mark: Dai Nippon Tsukuru, Masatane , followed by a kakihan.
Japanese porcelain figure. Mark: Red stamped 'Shimazu' crest and "Made in Occupied Japan". Date 'OJ' period Dai Nippon Koda tsukuru , or Dai Nippon Mukoda tsukuru.
Satsuma pottery of the Kyoto School. Popular export ware. There are many different pieces of Satsuma Pottery, but the most commonly collected are as follows:.
The Satsuma vases are probably the most collected pieces due to their fine decoration and intricate detail. Often coming as a pair not identical , vases can measure up to several feet in height and were originally used for plain decoration, to hold flowers or were part of a display.
Coming in packs of 6 or more, these buttons have the tiniest and beautiful images painted on them and are real collector's items.
The Japanese tea ceremony is very important and therefore the Satsuma potters of the 18th century made entire tea sets in the same style as their vases and bowls.
Also decorated with bright colors and images of Japanese life, the tea sets are highly valuable if they are all in one piece and in the original box.