Friday, August 19, 2016
Yamatoku with additional decorator marks
I am researching Yamatoku marked plates that include additional markings. Did Yamatoku make blanks that were then decorated by others?
Hizen Arita decorated
The Yamatoku ヤマトク mark is at the top with the red
Tetsuka テツカ mark (up side down) on the bottom.
Here is an example of a Taisho era blue mark with Yamatoku impressed mark
A Matsu mark with a roof meaning house of Matsu. The decorator?
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