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Posted 6 months ago

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ATTWOOD
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This vase has been in my family for 3 generations that I know of.Not sure where or when my mothers aunt got it.I have used it on many occasions.I think ot looks similar to okeefes handpainted nippon vase.I think this is an early nippon mark.Will go check it out.Probably late 1890's early 1900's
My husbamd opened the cupboard door amd my fav vase fell on to tiles amd broke
I am going to get it professionly repaired
Cheers Rose

http://www.noritakecollectorsguild.info/researchers/johnhenley/index.html
very high quality porcelain

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  1. ATTWOOD ATTWOOD, 6 months ago
    It does have a moriage type look and feel about it.Not sure if it classified moriage
  2. walksoftly walksoftly, 6 months ago
    Check out this post;
    http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/49729-asian-creamer-and-sugar-bowl-ieandc-co
  3. ATTWOOD ATTWOOD, 6 months ago
    walksoftly you are on the ball.How did you find that? LOL
  4. walksoftly walksoftly, 6 months ago
    LOL, I don't give up my secrets that easy! :-)
  5. ItalianGlassDecor ItalianGlassDecor, 6 months ago
    Hi Attwood

    You have a fabulous piece of IC & E Co porcelain dating from the late NIPPON period. I own several fabulous MUSEUM quality pieces of IC & E myself and they are truly exquisite pieces. All these pieces were made in Japan by the finest exponents of porcelain decorating.

    Here is a great link to the origin and history of these pieces provided by the Noritake Collectors Guild - http://www.noritakecollectorsguild.info/researchers/johnhenley/IEC.pdf

    Dean
  6. ATTWOOD ATTWOOD, 6 months ago
    Wow.Thanks so much italianglassdecor.I will check it out
    Cheers rose

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