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    Posted 7 years ago

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    Hi everyone! I thought I'd post this porcelain shoe for that Japan lover we all know and love ;)

    And of course, everything roses...always helps when it comes to me. I love their beauty and fragrance.

    This was packed away by the crystal boxes I opened and remembered I purchased this when my daughter was a baby. I was never a fan of the porcelain shoes per se but this one was different. In fact, I haven't really seen one like it that I can think of. It's marked in red on the bottom with the wreath and a clover inside and Japan underneath. (I just realized why they put a 3 leaf clover instead of a 4 leaf clover. For those of you that may not know, in Japan the #4 is not good and leave it at that). That's for Nippon, 1940's 1950's, hand crafted and painted with gold and pink roses. I am dealing with a lot of Noritake products right now and when I researched, to freshen this mind (tons of work) I was pretty amazed at so much info about that company, so much so that I wouldn't even know what to say. If any one wants to read up on them, here is a link for you ;) They have a good amount of info there.

    The lamp w/ roses and sprays of baby's breath, it's Victorian and I've had this one a long time too! It's called the Queen's Rose pattern.

    The tea cup is obvious why I purchased that. Unfortunately, the marking on the bottom can't be read but it looks like a partial number in gold and from the handle, I think it's from Germany. The saucer for it was no where in sight but it still looks great next to my small pitchers.

    And the last photo there are a few other things also found up there in the archives ;) Of course, there is that old ashtray with roses....The cobalt vase was given to me as a gift and if I remember correctly, I was told it was Fenton 1930's? I'll post that later by itself so I can show you what happens sometimes when you put something on a fireplace mantel. I got it that way and I'm pretty sure that's how it came to be disfigured.

    So, I hope you enjoy a bouquet of roses today, from me to you!!!

    Have a beautiful day!

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    1. shareurpassion shareurpassion, 7 years ago
      Thanks for the love fleafinder! Appreciated!
    2. shareurpassion shareurpassion, 7 years ago
      Thanks to all for the loves and stopping by. I really do appreciate it!









      Hope you like!
    3. shareurpassion shareurpassion, 7 years ago
      Thanks for the love fort and martika!
    4. shareurpassion shareurpassion, 7 years ago
      Thanks for the love Japan lover!!! hahaha guess not this one then eh?
    5. racer4four racer4four, 7 years ago
      You know I have a bit of an aversion to porcelain or glass shoes or bags; they don't sit well with me for some reason :(
      Having said that , yeah!, I would love to have this. It has that quirky Japanese styling, tipped up toe and bevelled heel. Cooool. And I adore the roses!! It's not at all kitsch, just unusual, stylish and of course, beautifully made. Winner.
      The German cup is pretty cute; love the daisy base and the handle!
      Have you posted the other stuff in photo 4? Have I been asleep? (yes - 62 hours work in 7 days does that...)
    6. shareurpassion shareurpassion, 7 years ago
      Hi Karen, apologies it took me so long to get back to you on this...I've been a busy bee too, but not that many hours in week. You must be exhausted! I was hoping you'd like that shoe for the same reason I did...It's just different. I bought the cup to sell and when I brought it home, the saucer didn't match like I thought it did, so...I'll probably keep it around a minute for the roses, those are really pretty, I think I already said that...lots of work and so very hot here, makes one kinda punchy. (Is that a word?) haha The others I have not yet posted. That ashtray you see there, with the rose is from Japan too. That I've had forever along with the cobalt vase and a couple others. I'll get to 'em.

      Thanks for the love and comment! xoxo
    7. shareurpassion shareurpassion, 7 years ago
      Thanks to all of you that stopped by and for the loves...




      Appreciation to all!
    8. OneGoodFind OneGoodFind, 7 years ago
      This reminds me of decorating a Christmas tree in some ways. Each year you open the boxes and even though you've had them for years, they still make you happy. :)
    9. shareurpassion shareurpassion, 1 year ago
      Awe, thanks for the loves and comments on this! She's still with me, sitting right here. I've had this one for about 40 years now! A few years back, I found a whole box of lamps just sitting there waiting for the trash truck! Beat him to it!!! And right when the pandemic started running rampid, someone set out a floor lamp and nope, I couldn't resist, so it's with me too!!!

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