Japanese Satsuma Porcelain Open Salt Dip/Cellar, Irises

This little salt dip is quite similar to #1875 and #1931 in the collector's guide, "5,000 Open Salts," by William Heacock and Patricia Johnson. Made of porcelain, it stands 7/8" tall and measures 1 7/8" wide. The cream-colored glaze has the delicate crackle finish which is typical of traditional Japanese Satsuma porcelain. T are green leaves and irises painted inside the bowl, and they are accented in gold. The bottom is unsigned, and this piece is in excellent condition with no nicks, chips or flakes. Buyer pays winning bid plus $2.00 postage in the USA...a bit more to other parts of the world. If you see more than one item that you are interested in, please let me know and I will gladly hold your wins until you're ready for a total. The heaviest item ships for the price quoted in the listing, and each item after that ships for an additional .50-$1.00, depending on weight. Thanks very much and good luck!