Date: 2018-01-08 03:52
I have a large bowl with 6 smaller matching bowls. The marking on the bottom says 8775 Hand Painted and is stamped with a G 8776 . Any ideas? Please advise
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When Japan now opened up for foreign trade and trade agreements were signed with America, England, Holland, Russia and France. Yokohama became a center for much of the new trade. Businessmen and entrepreneurs from all over Japan flocked around the port and to set up shops.
Seto ware . The province of Owari , with Nagoya as its commercial and industrial metropolis, is the greatest ceramic center [of Japan] so far as the amount of products. Owari produces so many varieties of porcelain and stoneware that the Japanese familiarly speak of porcelain and pottery in general as setomono after the village of the same name in this province.
I have a tea set my great-grandfather bought with a Noritake stamp that I 8767 ve been unable to name. Would love some guidance as I 8767 ve not been able to locate the pattern on . This site has been hugely helpful. Thanks!
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Porcelain & Laquer: Chujyo Shoten Harishin Koshiishi Shoten Miyazaki Shoten K. Nikko Ogurusu & Co. Suzuki & Co. Taniguchi & Co. William Rae Gengan Yamamoto Yamato Bros. & Co. K. Yoshida & co.
Now, Japanese pottery and porcelain found new markets. The producers were inventive and could readily deliver anything the export market demanded. Their technique and skills were the traditional but the products were commercial, except a few true artisans, such as for example the Makuzu company.