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Posted 1 year ago

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Cesar_Costa
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Hi, i've some japanese porcelain (wich i will show soon), but i need help.
I've tried to identify the marks in this tea service, but i've been unable to find them. Does anyone know what they are?
All i know is that's very beautiful, and my it's in my family for at least fifty years.
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  1. jwendell222, 1 year ago
    Hi Cesar, the top three kanji reading right to left: Dai Nichi Hon, Great Japan.
    The two lower indicate Kutani, Nine Valleys, although the right kanjis is an unusual variation. Meiji Era 1868 -1912. Have not been able to find this mark.
    Regards, Jim
  2. Cesar_Costa, 1 year ago
    Thanks for the help jwendell22

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