Dating coro marks
“Miyako Nippon”, we have only seen this in green (as shown). Please note the manufacturing defect that is going through the mark, this is the only pic we have of this stamp, sorry. “TS Fan Nippon”, we have only seen this in green (as shown).
You may now see our list and photos of women who are in your area and meet your preferences.
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Please note there are wear marks in the middle of “Nippon” and the Pagoda. “Oriental China Nippon”, no known manufacturing date(s).
Mark used since 1911, found in green, blue, magenta & gold colors.
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We are sharing a small list here (with pictures) of the ones we have come across in our Nippon journeys.
Sorry – we can’t leave our email address here – there’s just too many spam bots. “Royal Nishiki Nippon”, made for the domestic Japanese market since 1906. We have also seen many Royal Nishiki items marked with “Hand Painted” in blue and a numbering system in blue as well (example: #24/250). “Royal Sometuke Nippon”, made for the Japanese domestic market since 1906.
Unfortunately, we are not experts, but we always turn to a wonderful book by someone who is for our information. “Torri Hand Painted Nippon” Found in green, blue & burgundy (shown).
Joan Van Patten has written many books on collecting antique Nippon porcelain, and she has compiled known dates for certain backstamps. ) “Noritake M (Morimura) in Wreath Nippon” Found in green (shown), blue & magenta.
Corocraft was often sterling vermeil, and the pieces that incorporated both rhinestones and enameling are truly spectacular.
The "Day and Night" pieces are true works of genius with fascinating mechanisms that allow the pieces to move.
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