This is a beautiful Asian bowl, either Japanese or Chinese, not sure which, hand painted blue and white bowl with grapes, leaves, and vines on the inside and outside. It also has decorative banding. It is fine porcelain, and measures 2.75 inches tall, and 5 and 7/8 inches across the rim. It is in excellent used condition. It is unmarked, a auction piece, so I do not know the age or maker. This is listed as an Imari Type bowl some places but they are marked on the bottom, this one isn't.
This is a pretty caramel, or honey amber, and creamy beige rice bowl. It has a semi-translucent glaze with a ribbed pattern and medallions of bamboo, and tree branches. It measures 2 inches high, and 4.25 inches across the rim. It is in very good used condition, no chips, and no cracks.
This is a lovely small hand painted luster Chikaramachi Japan porcelain saucer with gray luster and a tree landscape scene. It is small, measuring 3 and 7/8 inches across. It is probably about the 1930s. This is a very good used piece, no chips, no cracks, and not much wear.
This is a lovely floral design WWII, with a red Japan make on the bottom, traditional shaped sake bottle. It has red mums and gold accents. It does have a very fine hairline crack on the top edge, and a factory under the glaze small crack on the bottom foot edge. It measures 5 inches tall. It would make a great decorator piece even with the hairline.
This is a lovely little Mocco Occupied Japan saucer with pink roses, little blue flowers, and a light yellow band with gold gilding. It measures 4.75 inches across, and would make a great replacement piece for someones teacup that lost its saucer. It is in very good used condition, no chips, no cracks, no crazing that I can see, and just a small amount of wear to the gilding on the edge.Circa 1940s - 1950s
This is a lovely cottage style vintage Japan brown glazed floral enameled teapot. It measures 4.5 inches high, and 9.5 inches handle to spout. It has raised enamel floral motifs in coral, yellow, blue, pink, green, and gold gilt accents. The lid is pottery and glazed black. This teapot is used and has an extremely fine hairline crack to the top of the handle, in fact it is so fine I thought it was crazing. It does have some wear to the enameling, but mostly still good and bright...
This is a miniature lusterware made in Japan in red cake plate. This is the perfect size for a child's dish set. It has orange red paint, gold gilding, and luster. It measures 3.25 inches across. It is in good condition, no chips, no cracks, it does have a bit of wear to the orange color on one part, and some wear to the gilding on the edge.
This is a pretty hexagon shaped ginger or tea jar that is ornately enameled with many colors of glaze, and heavy gold gilding. The art looks like Japanese to me, but I am not sure. It is porcelain and has a marking on the bottom. It is 6.5 inches high, and 5.5 inches across. It is in very good condition. I got this piece at an auction so I know nothing about the age or maker.
This is a shaker with a scene from Japan in shades of red, green, teal, and pink. It rather large holes in the top and the cork is inside. It is not real well done, but would make a great decorator item. It measures 2.75 inches tall and 1.75 inches across the base. The holes are large enough to be a sugar shaker, or course pepper. I do not know the age or maker, it is unmarked, although a bit of wear to the paint it is in good condition, no chips, and no cracks.
This 5 pieces of porcelain china with Japanese sailing boats hand painted on each piece. The teapot and sugar dish are both missing their lids. One of the teacups has a small chip on the edge, and the spout on the teapot has the tiniest fleabite on the tip. The teapot measures 4.5 inches high and 8.5 inches spout to handle. The sugar dish measures 3.5 inches tall, and 3.75 inches across the body. the creamer is 3.5 inches tall and 3.25 inches across the body...
This is a vintage 1959 lacquer, or lacquerware base or stand marked, Bembo Okinawa and N.A.B. CHAPEL GUILD 1959. It is shaped like a taper candle holder, but was probably a stand or base for something. It is a very dark high shine brown or chocolate colored lacquer, and gold gilt lettering. It is in very good condition, one little rub to the underside of the base, and top edge of the rim, but not very noticeable. It measures 2.25 inches high, and 3.5 inches across the base.
This is a beautiful porcelain fine china bottle with Asian letters, enameled flowers, a rickshaw, heavy gold gilding. It does have Asian letters under the glaze on the bottom. I do not know if it is Japanese or Chinese, or what. It is an auction item. It measures 5.5 inches tall, and 2.5 inches in diameter. It is in great condition, no chips, no cracks, and very little, if any signs of wear.