Dating japanese porcelain
There is high demand for good quality pieces, even with some wear to the handles, which is quite common, and they can fetch good prices.Japanese porcelain has almost always been good quality and has almost always been collected But Noritake is probably the lesser cousin to the more desireable Kakiemon, Satsuma, Kutani and Imari porcelain wares.
Following the late 16th-century expansion of glazed ceramic production, porcelain-like wares were introduced.Available in plates and bowls of various diameters, this stack-able ceramic dinnerware combines traditional Japanese techniques with minimalist form.The ceramics are made from a unique mixture of porcelain and clay and are unglazed.One of the most common is the red Qianlong seal marks.Qianlong was an Emperor hundreds of years ago (1736-1795) during the Qing Dynasty (1644 to 1912).In 1904 the Morimura Brothers formed ‘Nippon Toki Kaisha Ltd’ and setup a production facility at Noritake near Nagoya on the Japanese island of Honshu.
They registered their first Noritake back stamp around 1908 and registered their first Noritake mark in the USA around 1911.
This is the pottery identification marks - China Chat archive - Oriental/Far East section.
We look to investigate some of the mysteries of the East.
Nabeshima ware first appeared in the late 17th century.
It is characterized by pictorial decoration deriving from fabrics, the use of subjects favoured by the Kanō and Tosa schools of painting, and the employment of fashionable Edo-period decorative motifs.
We have ongoing discussions going on about such diverse subjects as the red Qianlong Qing red seal marks of China, Japanese tea sets with the ladies head hidden in the base of the cups, Famille Rose porcelains from China and Japanese dragon tea ware, and lots more.