Friday, February 10, 2017

Heritage Mint

Founded 1979~


  1. What an awesome collection of Japanese marks. I've searched sites and cannot find the mark on the back of blue and white porcelain I just purchased. 7.5" plates, saucers and teacups. Almost Scandinavian looking ... in a Japanese way. With a mark that appears to be a Pagoda sitting on two squares with the kanji symbols for Ni hon (japan) inside it Ni on top. I know you aren't making IDs... but thought mine a curious mark.

  2. As mentioned I am not taking queries. It sounds like an interesting mark. I recommend joining one of the many facebook groups that deal with Japanese ceramics. One is Collecting Japanese Ceramics & Arts


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