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Spring Flowers5 of 411950 Trifari Flower BasektBowl Marked “Germany” – Pre 1920
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    Posted 10 years ago

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    A hand painted porcelain bowl with no hallmarks, very pretty tho, any ideas on the age or maker of it? Limoges, France? I'm just trying to identify it to put a name on it

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    1. ozmarty ozmarty, 10 years ago
      At first glass I thought Austraian but then looked again and think Japan early 20th century . I had a coffee pot with very similar decoration .
    2. AmberRose AmberRose, 10 years ago
      I was thinking Japan then read Oz's comment. Pretty colors!
    3. Deanteaks Deanteaks, 10 years ago
      I think it is Limoges France, I have a nut dish very similar in shape, I will post soon
    4. charliene, 10 years ago
      Dean,This is a Nippon piece called a Nappy.Shape,floral design & heavy gold w/beading indicate late Victorian era 1890- 1900.Pre 1900 was normally not marked w/anything other than a paper label & often not even that.After 1900 items had to be marked.Nippon is area or city in Japan in which it was made.Japan is the English translation for Nippon.After 1921 all items had to be marked with Country of Origin.Dealers & Collector's(me also) of Nippon only buy pre-1921 items as after that they became Made in Japan items & considered of lesser value even tho items were still the same.I have 2 Nappies similar to yours.

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