This bowl is made by Napcoware in about the 1960s. I believe it is the provincial pattern and may have been used with a miniature water pitcher or cream pitcher. This is called whiteware and has delicate scroll work. It is 7.25 inches across the widest part and still has the original foil label on the bottom although you can no longer read what it says and it is marked C-7106. It is in excellent condition. No chips, no cracks and no crazing.
I am listing a Noritake Kiva fine bone china teacup. It is very delicate and lovely featuring delicate pink, red and blue flowers on running vines. The edge has a cobalt blue and red repeated design. It is marked. This teacup is in excellent condition, very little wear to the gold gilding and no chips and no cracks. It measures 3.5 inches rim to rim and 1.75 inches tall. I am also including free the saucer which does have a hairline crack.
This is a magnificent cloisonne bowl. The pictures don't do it justice. It is very heavy and feels of real quality. The colors are a rich cobalt blue for the background, lighter blue, pink, lavender, orange, red, periwinkle, whites, browns and greys. The inside bottom has beautiful basket full of flowers, mums, peonies, lilies, roses, and what looks like camellias. The colors are rich and vibrant. The edge has a wonderful repeated pattern and a warm brass edge that looks like gold...
This is a really cool retro avocado green pitcher with brighter green drip glaze accents. It is ribbed and textured. It still has the original foil Royal Sealy Quality Imports Japan label. This jug measures 5.25 inches tall and 5.5 inches wide from spout to handle. It is probably about circa 1950s and is in very good condition, no chips and no cracks, with just a bit of age glaze crazing typical of a piece this age.
This is a lovely set of porcelain shakers featuring what looks like Sampan sailboats on a wonderful blue and white background. The boat is black and the sails brown and tan. They are hand painted and have gold gilding on the top. One looks like it has a bit of wear to the gilding, but I really think it was just painted a bit thinner. They are marked made in Japan and look like pieces of Noritake I have seen, but I am not sure. They measure 2.5 inches tall and have their cork stoppers...
This is an exceptional quality Japanese porcelain dish, tray or plate, probably used for sushi or sauces. It is marked, and the closest that I can make out the mark is Nippon Imari and Arita-yaki from the early part of the 20th century. It has a leaf design with translucent glaze and lovely black, red and gold gilt accents. It is marked under the glaze. It measures 6.5 by 4 inches and is in great shape, no chips, no cracks and no crazing that I can see.
This is a wonderful hand painted teacup and saucer set made by Chikaramachi Noritake between 1926 and 1946. This set is vibrant colored blues, reds, yellow, green and orange. This is fine Nippon porcelain. The saucer is 5.5 inches in diameter and teacup is 2 inches high and 3 and 7/8 inches across the rim. It is in excellent condition, no chips, no cracks and very little if any wear. I have 3 of these sets available.
This is for one white porcelain Noritake Crestmont Platinum shaker with an elegant gray floral scroll band. It has the stopper and measures 3.25 inches tall. It is in mint condition. Circa 1959 to 1976
This is for set of white porcelain Noritake Crestmont Platinum salt and pepper shakers with an elegant gray floral scroll band and platinum banding. They have stoppers and measure 3.25 inches tall. They are in mint condition. Circa 1959 to 1976
This is a wonderful elegant Noritake Japan teacup and saucer in the Champlain pattern #7553 with platinum banded details. This is a excellent quality piece of china. The saucer measures 6 inches in diameter and the teacup is 2 and 3/8 inches tall and 3.75 inches across the rim. Circa 1969 to 1979 Both pieces are in excellent condition, no chips and no cracks.
This is a beautiful piece of handpainted china by Noritake. It is kidney shaped nut or mint dish with a cut out handle hole and features a lovely landscape with trees and a swan on a serene lake. It measures 1.25 inches high and 5.5 inches in length. It is in good condition, no chips, no cracks, but there is a little age glaze crazing. It is marked Noritake Handpainted in Japan. It looks vintage but I don't know the age for sure, it is an auction piece.
This is such a gorgeous pattern by Noritake in the Melrose 6002 pattern. It is a dinner plate measuring 8.25 inches across. It has a white background and platinum rim, pale pink rose and grey or gray leaves and stems. It is in excellent condition, no chips and no cracks and no visible signs of wear. Circa 1959 to 1971. This would make a great gift for the rose lover or for a wall decoration, or just to add to your dinner service.