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    Posted 2 years ago

    ChoccyBikkie
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    These are about 4 1/2 inches tall and are the same design on each but in reverse. I know nothing about them other than them belonging to my husband’s grandmother who died in about 1974. They are of sentimental value and have been repaired but does anyone know if they are Chinese or Japanese or copies? Anything else about them even if they are just tourist tat will be greatly appreciated.

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    1. ChoccyBikkie ChoccyBikkie, 2 years ago
      P.s. husband was aged about 6 when he first noticed them in his grandmother’s house so that would be about 1957 but of course they could be older than that. We are in England.
    2. Chrisw03, 2 years ago
      Not 100% sure, but seems it may be in the same class as the "Famille Rose" porcelain or "Famille Verte" Chinese art. Hope that helps.

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