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    Posted 2 years ago

    Neyday
    (1 item)

    Purchased this small jar but unsure of info/maker, maybe someone has come across or owns a similar piece and can provide a little insight.

    Thanks!

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    Comments

    1. PhilDMorris PhilDMorris, 2 years ago
      Insight requires info _ what size is it ???????????????????
      Apart from thati it looks like a Satsuma Vase. I need a size
      to be of more help or maybe you can look it up ??
    2. Neyday, 2 years ago
      it's about 4" tall x 4" wide
    3. Neyday, 2 years ago
      also it has raised bumps/enamel around pictures on either side
    4. Efesgirl Efesgirl, 2 years ago
      Looks to be a typical export piece - the English language and the fact that the mark is put on with a rubber stamp. Not possible to tell you who made it. The Chinese letters are probably the equivalent of the English "Made In China".

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