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Posted 2 years ago

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mike101
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Could anyone please tell me a little more about these 2 items I took a photo of the front and bottom of each. Also would they be of any value?

Thank you so much

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  1. mike101, 2 years ago
    Do you have any information for this?
  2. mike101, 2 years ago
    what about photo one any info?
    are they worth saving"
    Thank you
  3. jwendell222, 2 years ago
    Hi, the Noritaki vase on the right with the green M in wreath is dated as follows. The M, for Morimura, the founder of Noritake, was used from 1914 to 1940. The 'Made in Japan' mark began is 1921, so this vase is dated between 1921 and 1940. and yes, this is a keeper. There is, or was, a very organized Noritake Club, I think based in Australia or NZ. You can likely find them with Google if you want more information. Good luck, Jim
  4. jwendell222, 2 years ago
    Hi, If you replace the photo of the red mark with one shot from a slght angle to remove the flash glare, might be able to tell more. Regards, Jim
  5. mike101, 2 years ago
    Thanks Jim I already placed 4 images how can I show you another.
  6. jwendell222, 2 years ago
    Hi Mike, go to your posting, you will see a blue 'edit this item' on the left, click on that. You can then remove and replace images. (and text also, when you need to)
    Regards, Jim
  7. mike101, 2 years ago
    Hi Jim I just added the photo it placed it at the end not in order. so the last photo is the bottom of the first vase.
  8. jwendell222, 2 years ago
    Hi Mike, the red seal, upside down, is for ACF (in a diamond), the A pretty much missing, one of several Japanese kilns making porcelain for decoration in Hong Kong. ACF makes plates and bowls also and I don't know what else. Date is likely second half of the last century. Regards, Jim

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