Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Dragon Ware

Hand painted Nippon Japan


    This is moriage dragon ware. This is Japanese site for the Tojiki Kaikan in Nagoya. Notice the dragon ware? http://nagoya-toujikikaikan.sblo.jp/category/899359-1.html



This one is a later piece given it has Made in Occupied Japan on it. 





Dragon ware sake cup with lithophane


Some helpful links (I cannot verify if all the information is correct):

http://www.worthpoint.com/blog-entry/unloved-antiques-dragonware-tea-set#comments-section

https://www.justcollecting.com/miscellania/dragonware-tea-sets

5 comments:

  1. You have a mind boggling number of marks here! I am trying to find the name of a pottery which uses as its mark a line of three pine trees, just simplified outlines with a single line for the trunk and a top in the shape of a spearhead. I can send photos if I have an email address. Underneath these 'pines' is the word JAPAN. They are very skilfully made pots. Any ideas?

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    1. I will try to help. Please send photos to Marmiet23@gmail.com.

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  2. I just found your blog! I wonder if you can help me with some Kutani I have? It was my Grandmother's and she inherited it from her Great Aunt. Can you help? Thanks!

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  3. I can try. Send me photos of the pieces as well as the bottom and close up of the mark to marmiet23@gmail.com

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  4. I am uploading photos now and will email to you, Thanks!

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