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Maker: Nippon, Imported by Morimura Bros.Era: Backstamp in use from 1911Gorgeous handpainted Nippon handled dish. It has dark and light pink clover and white Queen Anne's lace with lush green foilage. All on a pale blue background. The handpainting is phenomenol! The colors are rich and crisp! Two-handled with scalloped edge. Gold trimmed. Imported by Morimura Bros. Perfect for your antique vanity or dresser! Display or cabinet. Great gift too!7.25 l x 6.75 w x 1.5 h(18.41cm l x 17.14cm w x 3.81cm h0Very
This is a beautiful hand painted Nippon compote or pedestal bowl. It has lovely green stylized green flowers and raised gold leaves around the rim. The handles are gold gilded. It bears the exporter's mark on the bottom. It is a red M within a red wreath and the words "hand painted, Nippon". The Morimura brothers who exported porcelain to the United States used this mark from around 1891 to 1921. This bowl dates to around 1920. The condition is very good. There are no chips, cracks or crazing, only minor
This Nippon jam pot is wonderful! I love the hand painted berries and leaves. The art work is great and the subject is so appropriate for this container. When guests spend the night at your home, or drop by to say hello in the morning, and you serve them toast or an English muffin in the morning, the highlight of breakfast would be serving jam from this container. I am sure most people would be surprised and find this pot a neat and fun way to serve themselves jam. It certainly will be a conversation piece.
Beautiful floral hand painted Nippon footed nut bowl.This beautiful nut bowl stands approximately 2" tall and is a, pproximately 4" in diameter. It is white with two flowers hand painted on the inside along with a yellow and green stripe.The bowl is in excellent condition with no chips or scratches. It is marked on the bottom Hand Painted Nippon and includes the Nippon logo/crown. This back stamp indicates a year of 1919.The Nippon era began in 1891 when the Japanese porcelain was clearly marked "Nippon"
Handpainted golden roses accent each side of this beautifully painted Nippon bowl the gold is scrolled along the sides with thick gold embellishment to each handle the edges are molded and gracefully scalloped and trimmed with delicate handpainted pink rose buds....there is a subtle raised relief felt along the inside of the bowl.... this delicate creation is 6 1/2" x 6 3/4 it is in excellent condition with barely any wear to the gold the gold as seen was fired with perfection it must be fired at a lower
Lovely set of footed dishes that are handpainted with purple violets and trimmed with gold. They have a pleasing ruffled or fluted shape. The largest bowl is 6" wide, 2-3/4" high. The six smaller bowls are 3-1/8" wide, 1-5/8" high. Blue marks on the bottom note "NIPPON" with a floral mark and "Handpainted". One of the small bowls has an old hairline crack along one side. Another small bowl has a chipped foot but the chip is along the top of the foot, allowing the bowl to remain stable when in use. All other
antique hand-painted Nippon forget-me-not floral china cream & sugar set Early 1900s vintage porcelain cream pitcher and sugar bowl set with blue forget-me-nots floral and heavy applied gold trim. These are marked Stouffer - hand painted, and Hand Painted Nippon. The creamer measures about 3" tall, the sugar bowl is just a little taller to the top of the lid. Both pieces look nice, without chips or hairlines, with only very slight wear to the gold at the handles. Sale price $22.00 Item #b01374
This compact dresser set has a 6" round tray, and three covered jars, all with hand painted pink roses, green vines, and leaves, and gold trim. The dishes are 2" tall and 2" in diameter with a lid 1/2" high, 1" tall and 1 3/4" in diameter with an inset lid 3/8" high, and a bulbous jar 1 3/4" high up to 2 3/4" in diameter with a 5/8" high lid. The matched set has a couple of different maker's marks, the triangular rising sun "Hand Painted Nippon, on the jars, and the Morimura "M, Hand Painted Nippon" mark on
Nippon Hand Painted Dish with Gold Trim and Flowers and two gold handles. Signed on base with the rising sun "NIPPON" & "Hand Painted". No chips, cracks, or age marks. Great condition. Approximately 7 1/2" diameter.
Probably produced between 1900 and 1920 this is a set of Nippon hand painted plates from Noritake. The pattern features a scattering of blackberries on each plate. While the general theme is the same each plate is slightly different from the others as is typically found in hand painted offerings. The plates measure just 6 1/2" across. The dominant color is white. however each bears a pale pink ring outlined in black. The foliage is done in shades of green and grey with black accents and pale yellow and
Vintage Oriental Porcelain, Vintage Nippon, Vintage Geisha Girl Ware, Vintage Made in Japan & China Porcelain Nippon Handpainted Plate Rose Design Product Details If you like Nippon or hand painted plates then here is a good one for you. This vintage plate is marked Hand Painted Nippon and the design is beautiful pink roses on a soft yellow background. The mark looks like a leaf mark, it is very faint. There are no chips or cracks or defects in the design. Price: $26.99
Offering for sale a beautiful 2 old plates. It is hand painted and features Hand painted Pink Flowers. There is a gold over Design.It is 7 diam. and no cracks or repairs It is marked on the back Nippon See pictures.SEB
Nippon Hand Painted Salt Pot or Sugar Bowl. Spoon is missing. Mark is Hand Painted above a wreath with M inside, Nippon underneath. Some gold is worn off on the handles. 1-3/4" tall (without lid) and 2-1/2" across the bottom - 2" across the top.</p>
Hand-painted Nippon, vintage pink roses china plate Lovely old pink roses china plate, 7 3/4" across the handles. It's marked Hand Painted Nippon, in very nice shape without chips. Sale price: $21.50 Item #e52214
This item is a relish dish bottom marked, "Hand Painted, NIPPON" with three impressed marks filled with glaze. The white bodied dish is 1 3/8" deep, 8" long, by 4" wide. The exterior base has a gold stripe and the interior sides are decorated with open rose blossoms, leaves, and stems with geometric work all done in gold. The handle tips show minor wear from use, but there is no decoration wear, chips, cracks, scratches, or repairs. Please feel free to contact us with any questions or to make an offer.
Merry Christmas! Take 20% off purchases of $20 or more through Dec 16 using coupon code "HOLIDAY2013". We're making daily deliveries to the Post Office to help ensure items shipped within the Continental US arrive in time for the holidays. Express and International Express shipping is available, please convo us to make arrangements. Description:This listing is for a Antique, Morimura Noritake China Pedestal Bowl with Gold Painted Roses and a Gated Band inside the bowl. The underside is marked "Hand
>> Noritake Nippon Toki Kaisha Hand Painted Bone China Holly Plate Noritake Nippon Toki Kaisha Hand Painted Bone China Holly Plate /images /PICT3705 .jpg N090709 We are delighted to offer this stunning Artist Signed, Bone China Plate from Noritake. The hallmark on the back of the plate indicates that it is bone china and was manufactured in 1953. The white background is the perfect back drop for the lovely rendering of the holly and berry branch. Beneath the main branch is a softer version done in a
Vintage Oriental Porcelain, Vintage Nippon, Vintage Geisha Girl Ware, Vintage Made in Japan & China Porcelain Vintage Noritake Handpainted Nippon China - James China by Noritake Product Details Vintage Noritake Handpainted Nippon Green Wreath M mark "James China" in red above mark - Beautiful pink flower, green leaves and gold trim double band near edge and gold trim on rim. This is a stunning vintage Noritake Nippon pattern with delicate pink roses around the border. I have several serving pieces as well
antique vintage hand-painted Nippon china plate, coralene enamel floral Lovely old hand-painted Nippon china plate, marked NP SK. This has raised enamel decoration, coralene or moriage in gold, as well as lots of painted flowers. The plate measures 8 1/2" in diameter. No chips, cracks, or damage, this is in very nice shape. Item #n3181
Shopping Cart Nippon Gilded Hand Painted Tea Strainer Round Bowl Beautiful Nippon hand painted porcelain tea strainer with round bowl base. The strainer measures about 6 " long by 4 1/4" at the widest, the base bowl is 3 3/4" diameter and stand on three legs. The set is 2 1/8" tall. This has lovely hand painted fruits with a lot of gold around on both pieces. This item is in great condition, no chips, no cracks and no hairlines. Very miner slight wear on the gold rim. Marked Green M in Wreath #47 mark on
Pretty and sweet vintage Nippon butter pats. Six in all. Round with opened handles on each. Hand painted with pink lily like flowers, vining greens and little pink buds. Delicately dotted with raised and textured white speckles. Gold gilt trim. Each putter pat measures 3 3/4 inches. Marked "Hand Painted Nippon." All in excellent condition. These are also wonderful at a tea when used as individual teabag or sugar cube holders!
This deep bowl with two handles is a good example of some of the best of Nippon. The dark colors contrasting with the fragile Open Rose flowers make a very pleasing picture. The handles were painted with gold and there is a little wear on the edges. The signature is on the right at the center under the handle. The open at the top green wreath with the importers intital M in the center (Morimura Brothers) is mark 47. The bowl is 3 inches deep and 5 3/4 wide.
Nippon Hand Painted Sugar and Creamer - Very Early Pieces This early Nippon sugar and creamer was made in Japan between 1891 and 1921. It is authentic and not a reproduction! Nippon porcelain is among the most highly-collected and sought after of all antique china. I love the hand painted design - beautiful pink flowers, green leaves, and gold embellishments . This set includes the creamer, sugar, and sugar lid. The creamer is 3-1/4" tall. The sugar is 3" tall without the lid and 4-1/4" tall with the lid
Up for sale is a hand painted, porcelain condiment bowl, with attached underplate. This piece is backstamped, "Hand Painted, Nippon". The bottom plate measures 5 1/2" in diameter. It's 2 3/4" high and has a opening of 3 3/8". In very good condition. Preferred method of payment is PayPal, or Credit /Debit card. We Do not sell or ship to Southeast Asia. For other International shipping, please contact us first, so that shipping charges can be calculated and listed on the item of interest. Thank You.
Nippon porcelain produced during the Nippon era (1891-1921)is an early example of the quality porcelain produced by Noritake Co., Limited. Founded in 1904, Noritake produced and exported high quality china mainly to the United States. The dresser set consists of a perfume tray,(10"long and 7 1/4"wide), and a pin tray (4 1/2"long and 3 1/4" wide). The hand painted flowers are in good condition. The gold band on the rims has been worn due to use and age. No chips or cracks are noted. If you are interested in
Beautiful handpainted Nippon display or serving plate c.1890-1921 with gilded moriage banding, 10". The classic Japanese design evokes Mount Fuji rising calmly above Kawaguchi Lake with fishing boats and huts framing the scene. The painting is as fresh as the day it was made. Gilt and beaded border on rim and handles. This two-handled plate is marked 'hand painted' and this exact mold was used by Morimura Brothers (Old Noritake). Condition is very good; slight surface marks; some rubbing to gilt edges; no
Marked "Imperial Nippon Hand-Painted" is this nice old Japanese planter. The word Nippon was used from 1891-1922 and changed to Japan in the 20's. In excellent condition with typical wear marks on the bottom. This planter is just short of five inches square and it is three and a half inches tall.
This hand Painted Pansies Pitcher is decorated with several colors of pansies and is trimmed in gold. It is marked with a 1/4" high Maple Leaf and the words Nippon and "Hand Painted" on the base. Based on the marks the piece may date back to 1891. We are dating the piece to the 1920s when in 1921, the US Congress requested that Japanese Customs Authorities change the name to JAPAN. The marks are found in green, blue & magenta (Reference: Van Patten?s #52). The piece has a small hairline crack inside the
For your consideration is this lovely hand painted porcelain Nippon Vase, cylindrical in design with a liberal application of gilt moriage and beading. The scene is of a country cottage with blooming trees and flowers. The colors include lavender, sage green, dark green ochers, and pinks. These colors are reflected in the moriage flowers around the vase. The back of the vase has a calm, serene scene using those colors. It also has a firing flaw in the blue area. The raised gilt edgings on the flowers are
Handpainted Morimura Nippon Pattern: Sailboat Color: Multi Circa: 1911 - 1921 Shape: Covered Bon Bon Dimensions (+/- 1/16" to 1/8") 4 1/8" high x 7 1/2" diameter. Marked: Yes, see photo, this is one of the earliest Nippon marks. Comments: The colors on this piece are vibrant, with the leaves of the trees and plants outlined in gold. Condition: A couple chips to inner lip of lid and the rim of the base has a ripple that was most certainly a manufacturing problem, , these in no way detract for the beauty of