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    Posted 8 months ago

    Maggiespicks
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    My favorite buttery pattern dessert dishes. 5 total, Japanese Imari Unknown mark? Potters mark?
    Century and maker? Any help would be appreciated! Mahalo!

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    1. ho2cultcha ho2cultcha, 8 months ago
      the iron red along with the glaze on the base is a reference to ancient celadon wares, i think.
    2. Maggiespicks, 8 months ago
      Thank you for your comment! I have a peach blow (?) vase that has that glaze on the bottom also with no additional mark. I wonder If that is old also? Sorry about typos! Will proof read first from now on! Yikes! Some letters simply do not show up! Thank you for your patience and understanding! Will post pick of said vase...
      Mahalo!
    3. keramikos keramikos, 8 months ago
      Maggiespicks, Beautiful.

      FWIW, I ran that makers mark through Google Translate in Japanese, Chinese, and Korean, and it didn't find anything, but that's not an uncommon experience with Google Translate. I probably should be more surprised when it actually finds something in far-east asian logograms. };-)

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