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China and Dinnerware1932 of 5760Los Angeles City Hall cafeteria chinaBon Bon Dish
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    Posted 5 years ago

    Bobbie-Ellen
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    Beautiful hand painted piece has raised decorative trim. 3 generations old.
    Family background Russian/ Ukranian. No markings on bottom. Any information appreciated!

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    Comments

    1. IVAN49 IVAN49, 5 years ago
      Marks can be 1.Painted over-glaze 2.Painted under-glaze 3. Impressed
      Search for impressed marks, they are easily overlooked. Look at different angles.
    2. MeliG MeliG, 5 years ago
      Possibly Nippon Moriage?
    3. maryh1956 maryh1956, 5 years ago
      Is the top part applied metal, or ceramic? I think MeliG may be on the right track if it is all porcelain. The raised relief details are often referred to as moriage ware. Also someone told me that if the spout is at the top, it’s a chocolate pot, a coffee pot spout starts further down the body, then goes up. Don’t know if that’s true or not

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