Wednesday, August 5, 2015

TASHIRO of Yokohama, Nagoya and Kobe

   Tashiro Zo, Tashiro made. Made in Yokohama, probably Taisho Period.


According to "Collector's Guide to Made In Japan Ceramics" Carole Bess White, Tashiro Shoten was in business before WWII and closed in 1954


  1. I have a planter with a blue elephant head mark on bottom. It has a two peacocks and cherry trees. It has picures of tree on the other 3 sides. I can not find one like it. Wanted to know wh at is was worth.

  2. I do not give values. I am not qualified. I can't picture the mark you described. You may send it to my email located on the side bar.


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