M in Wreath with "Japan" underneath-Noritake Query
(Augusta, Ga. USA)
M in Wreath with
M in Wreath with "Japan" underneath-Noritake Query:- Recently my 92 year old grandmother died and I received a candy dish and bowl from her collection. I researched the marking and it seemed more closely related to the Noritake markings with the M in the wreath but I can't seem to find the exact markings which are on my set. The set is white (well maybe cream colored) and apple or lime green with a gold rim around the top and flowers painted in the bottom.
The marking on the bottom has an M in somewhat of a wreath with just Japan written underneath (all in a light green). Any information about my set would be greatly appreciated.
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Reply by Peter (admin)
To:- M in Wreath with "Japan" underneath-Noritake Query
Thanks for uploading your picture of the M Japan cartouche pottery mark. A picture of the set would have been good too so as to see exactly what we are dealing with here.
Oriental pottery identification and valuation is an area best left to specialists in that field, as it can be a can of worms; with fake marks abounding and even reputable makers of good renown not always putting on marks for the reason of simple identification.
You could have a look at Gotheborg.com as they are the experts in all that is oriental.
Peter (admin)Researching the identity and value of antique and vintage fine china
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