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Posted 9 months ago

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This Mickey & Minnie mouse nursery plate is a mystery.I can not find any information on the net. the crown on base with feathers could be Prince of Wales feathers and guessing may be 1930's to 1940's It has a rhyme on the plate.a bit of crazing but in general good condition.Can anyone help me DATE IT.Or tell me where I can find out more about it.Thanks Rose

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  1. Moonstonelover21 Moonstonelover21, 9 months ago
    Very cool!
  2. maryh1956 maryh1956, 9 months ago
    I found a similar mark by Chikamarachi, which was taken over by Noritake. The center is the same, however the feathers have been replaced by a wreath possibly when Noritake took over the company, Further research needed!
    Here is a link with photos of the mark
    http://www.rubylane.com/item/152867-730H-5/Vintage-Vibrant-Chikaramachi-Noritake-Lusterware
  3. ATTWOOD ATTWOOD, 9 months ago

    i have looked at all the Noritake marks it doesn't match any.But thanks anyway!

  4. ATTWOOD ATTWOOD, 9 months ago
    I have posted on the disney memorabilia site.hoping to get an answer to my puzzling makers mark
  5. ATTWOOD ATTWOOD, 9 months ago
    Trademark may be the keyword to solving this one
    Any knowledge or help greatly appreciated
    Cheers Rose
  6. kerry10456 kerry10456, 8 months ago
    Hello Rose, first sorry I haven't seen this before now and welcome to CW, I'm old and slow a catching up with the last few weeks.
    The older styling of Mickey and Minnie drawing leads me to an educated guess as an Occupied Japan piece, probably from 1946 up to around 1953-54, I'll see if I can dig up an answer to your query on he markings. Kerry
  7. ATTWOOD ATTWOOD, 8 months ago
    Thanks so much Kerry.That was my educated guess too...lol.But that's a guess and that's as far as I have got......
    Cheers Rose
  8. kerry10456 kerry10456, 8 months ago
    I've got a couple of emails out, possibly know something more in a couple days, fingers crossed :-)
  9. ATTWOOD ATTWOOD, 8 months ago
    You are a legend thanks Kerry. I am waiting on email reply too.
  10. kerry10456 kerry10456, 8 months ago
    Greetings Rose, well here's what I've been told, by a VERY reliable source. This is a piece of Japanese Lustreware, produced after WW2, around 1946-49. The earlier versions of Disney Lustreware pieces produced in the 1930's contain the same styling characters but the bottoms were stamped with "Made In Japan" and several Japanese character scripts. The "Occupied " pieces might have one of several maker stamps, this being one of those. She assures me she will find a reference book with this mark and send me a copy page, she' a big Disneymania dealer and I'm sure she's 100% correct or wouldn't have said a word. When she does, I'll forward one to you
  11. ATTWOOD ATTWOOD, 8 months ago
    Thanks so much Kerry-Will look into it-
    Look forward to the next chapter of the unsolved mystery-
    Cheers Rose
  12. ATTWOOD ATTWOOD, 8 months ago
    Just thought I'd refresh eveyones memory-I have exhausted all my research any ideas on makers mark
  13. kerry10456 kerry10456, 8 months ago
    Rose send me an email, kerry10456@yahoo.com
  14. ATTWOOD ATTWOOD, 8 months ago
    Thanks to Kerry for getting to the bottom of my Mickey and Minnie mystery.It seems it is a rare variant of Chikaramachi which a brand Noritake used pre war.1928_to early 30's-
    I appreciate all the help and I love researching and finding out the history of our pre loved goodies
    Cheers Rose

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