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Japanese Pottery661 of 1364From GregImari Bowl - Thick and nicely painted
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    Posted 6 years ago

    Wvfan
    (2 items)

    I do not wish to offend anyone by the images, I apologize if they do. I found these in a box at an auction. In doing some research on them, I still haven't found any exactly like them. They do seem to be old. Any information would be greatly appreciated

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    Comments

    1. grendel67, 6 years ago
      My guess would be 1890-1900 .I would be surprise if you could find one exactly like them. They were made as wedding gifts as a teaching aid for a young couple when they got married.
    2. Wvfan, 6 years ago
      Thank you, you are correct, I haven't been able to find one like it. I have found a few similar
    3. apostata apostata, 2 days ago
      see fuku mark , see gilt rim this is very late mejji meijji or early taisho

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