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Asian Creamer and Sugar Bowl, IE&C Co., Hand painted, Japan, 2" tall

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    Posted 10 years ago

    michelleam…
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    I bought these at a Seattle garage sale for two bucks, I think. I love that they are so little and beautifully painted, gilded and embellished. The mark on the bottom says," japan, IE&C Co., Japan", "Hand Painted" is also written on the Sugar Bowl, but it may have faded on the other. Does anyone have a clue?? Thank you again for your help, Mich

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    1. vetraio50 vetraio50, 10 years ago
      Check out here and I think you will find it:

      http://gotheborg.com/marks/index_jap_marks.htm

      Keep safe from those storms!
    2. michelleamieux michelleamieux, 10 years ago
      Hi Vet, as I guess you realize, I read your other comment before this one, and yes, I did find it, under"Hand Painted/Japan, Sundry" #688 They say IE&C Co. But also write "mark unknown", early to mid century. I am sure it is the I E Co., well that is my fact free opinion. I must tend to the darn real world affairs right now, talk to you all tomorrow, Mich
    3. michelleamieux michelleamieux, 10 years ago
      It is definitely the IE&C Co.!! Thank you for the love, Mich
    4. michelleamieux michelleamieux, 9 years ago
      Thank you for the love, everybody. These little squat tea accessories are so charming, Thank you, Mich
    5. ItalianGlassDecor ItalianGlassDecor, 9 years ago
      The mark you refer to here "ICE & E Co" was used by an independent English company in the late 19th and early 20th century who used to travel to Japan and source only the finest hand painted wares from top Japanese kilns. They then exported them from Japan to England for the English market who couldn't get enough of Japanese Nippon ceramics. In order to keep the look and feel of Nippon wares, they used their own company name - IC & E within a green wreath, exactly the same as Nippon wares. The items they had produced are actually quite rare and a good area to begin collecting.

      Dean
    6. michelleamieux michelleamieux, 9 years ago
      Dean, that is very intresting. Thank you very much for the info, Michelle
    7. jrfm410, 9 years ago
      2 bucks?!!!! u are a very lucky lady :) i love them and thank you for sharing.
    8. keleddavis, 2 years ago
      I just came across your page. I inherited a teacup and four saucers from this EXACT collection. I have never seen anyone else that had it. My great-grandparents bought this in Ireland and brought it to America. They had the whole tea set at one point and the other pieces were destroyed throughout the years. Have you ever found out more information about this?

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