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    Posted 6 years ago

    liventruth
    (30 items)

    Need help identifying.

    Thrift store find for 5$.

    2 red-dominant tea cups with patterns
    2 blue-dominant tea cups with patterns
    2 red dominant tea-plates/saucers with patterns
    2 blue dominant tea-plates/saucers with patterns

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    1. Efesgirl Efesgirl, 6 years ago
      Imari porcelain.

      These are contemporary.

      http://www.collectorsweekly.com/asian/imari-porcelain

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

      1952-TODAY- POST-WAR MADE IN JAPAN ERA

      "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. liventruth liventruth, 6 years ago
      any idea what the moon impression/stamp and laser looking engraving are?
    3. liventruth liventruth, 6 years ago
      no stickers on cups...just platters
    4. liventruth liventruth, 6 years ago
      there are 5 total of each...cup and plate
    5. liventruth liventruth, 6 years ago
      moon impression is very VERY interesting to me


      help?
    6. Efesgirl Efesgirl, 6 years ago
      I can't tell you what that mark is. Perhaps the name of the painter.

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