Share your favorites on Show & Tell

3-d victorian Very Detailed hand painted made in Japan wall plate

In Asian > Japanese Antiques > Show & Tell and Asian > Japanese Pottery > Show & Tell.
Japanese Antiques296 of 6931955 rare Japanese juggler and clown mechanical toyHokusai Katsushika Original "100 Views of MT. Fuji"
3
Love it
0
Like it

auraaura loves this.
vetraio50vetraio50 loves this.
Add to collection

    Please create an account, or Log in here

    If you don't have an account, create one here.


    Create a Show & TellReport as inappropriate


    Posted 6 years ago

    Stacey522
    (2 items)

    3-d victorian like hand painted, very detailed gold flake rim and details The dish is signed from a son giving this wall plate to his Mom in 1984 with a blue made in japan sticker I'm thinking its a little older then 1984 when it was a gift. I would love to hear any info about this beautiful highly detailed perfect condition plate

    Unsolved Mystery

    Help us close this case. Add your knowledge below.

    logo
    Japanese Antiques
    See all
    [SN29] Japanese Samurai Sword:  Kanesada Wakizashi in Shirasaya
    [SN29] Japanese Samurai Sword: Kan...
    $418
    [SN22] Japanese Samurai Sword:  Kanemasa Long Naginata with Saya
    [SN22] Japanese Samurai Sword: Kan...
    $191
    19thC Antique Meiji Signed Japanese Hand Painted Porcelain Umbrella Stand/Vase
    19thC Antique Meiji Signed Japanese...
    $178
    [SN28] Japanese Samurai Sword:  Kunikane Wakizashi in Shirasaya
    [SN28] Japanese Samurai Sword: Kun...
    $355
    logo
    [SN29] Japanese Samurai Sword:  Kanesada Wakizashi in Shirasaya
    [SN29] Japanese Samurai Sword: Kan...
    $418
    See all

    Comments

    1. Efesgirl Efesgirl, 6 years ago
      About the paper sticker:

      http://www.ebay.com/gds/History-of-Made-in-Japan-Ceramics-/10000000004613626/g.html

      "1952-TODAY- POST-WAR MADE IN JAPAN ERA

      When the Occupation ended in 1952, marks no longer contained the work "Occupied" so pieces were again marked only with "Japan" or "Made in Japan". This is when the paper label era really began. Prior to WWII, paper labels were flimsy and the glue was often not strong, so the Customs Bureau usually made importers replace the labels with indelible ink backstamps. In the 1950's ,technology improved and paper labels were allowed. The two most common types of labels seem to be: *Small oval or rectangular blue or black paper with white letters. * Two -color metallic, such as black or red with gold or silver lettering. The real sleepers are the post-WWII Made in Japan pieces because they are stil very affordable. but watch for quality items with no damage."
    2. katherinescollections katherinescollections, 6 years ago
      It's hard to make out the age of the sticker due to the photos not being very clear. It would be good to know if the sticker is paper or foil, and to see the lettering.
    3. katherinescollections katherinescollections, 6 years ago
      I may have this wrong, but thought I read somewhere that most Japanese Dresden is pre-WWII?

    Want to post a comment?

    Create an account or login in order to post a comment.