I have included links to photos. Does it make any difference in value, if the vase has only the mark of the distributor, the Suzuki Company? Here is photo of the mark. I think it was probably made in the early 20th century for the tourist trade. I have a small ceramic vase with lid bought in a store in Hong Kong in 1972. I have a vase that says on the bottom Satsuma it is in mint condition gold Japanese with raised paint the inside has a crackled look it's old hand painted with handles and a scean of ppl playing music, I just don't know the era it is from I wish I could take a pic but I don't see how to here, It's 12 inches high! Pussy willow pattern in the center with platinum trim. Any help would be much appreciated.
Hopefully soon things will settle down and I can get back to each of you soon. Information provided on this site should not be used for financial gain, if you do this is your liability and the author accepts no liability for any inaccuracies pertaining to the information provided. Price is for each cup with its matching saucer. Pottery was made in Japan from the earliest times. Price is for one, but I have 8 available and all are excellent.
I combine shipping to save you money Add to your set. Saucers have a well for the cup to sit in. Delicate pink roses and swags with grey band and gold trims. Lexi Susan Marshall Hi - I've got an antique hot chocolate set my grandmother left me. Why do I find either Satsuma or Moriage style. On this piece there also are symbols wording I guess that are diamond shaped with a long mark down the middle of the diamond from top to bottom with 6 short marks coming from the long middle one, 3 on each side of the long middle one. When my aunt passed away in 2001, I went to Upstate New York to help prepare her belongings for an estate sale.
On the base of a small enamel vase. I combine shipping to save you money Add to your set. It is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or wear. Does it make any difference in value if when you knock upon the vase and it produces no sound or dull sound? This Celery is in very good condition with no chips, cracks or scratches. And that he fired the first plain white and the first underglaze cobalt blue porcelains in Japan.
I would be grateful for any information regarding this mark. Anonymous Hi, How wonderful website which helps me a lot for identifying my Japanese antiques. I was told the vase came from Asahikawa, Hokkaido and was brought home by a soldier in 1945. I combine shipping to save you money Add to your set. Any idea what this may be? Imari porcelain was first created in the 17th century in the town of Arita. See other pieces I will be listing in this pattern. Wonderful condition with no chips, cracks or discoloration or wear to the gold trim.
Can you tell me anything about it, i. Pussy willow pattern in the center with platinum trim. Do you know who the artist was? Avoid muddy and poorly-painted pieces. Thank you Anonymous Lita, I have a box of china buttons molded in the shape of rose blooms. Stunning deco pattern of dark Green rectangles, Tear-shape medallions with yellow flowers, and swags. Maebata China Corporation, Tajimi City, Gifu, Japan.
Porcelain was first produced about 1515. I purchased a pair of these vases years ago and am seeking to identify the maker but have not been successful. Pictures of the mark and the platter. Can you help me identify it's origin? The Sendai Nippon mark is with the cream vase and the blue vase is unreadable. It is on a piece of earthenware prob Japanese? Wares with this mark are Minoyaki, not to be confused with Arita Kazangama. The German for hand made.
Would you be able to tell me anything about them? Brilliant colors, clear designs and pleasing forms. On the opening page scroll down, there is a folder titled Porcelain mark, it is there. It is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or wear. I will gladly combine multiple items to save on shipping. Several patterns listed for each catalog.