SOLD ITEM 4351 - Japanese hand-painted porcelain dessert set

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Japanese hand-painted porcelain dessert set. Nippon is the Japanese word for Japan. The Hand Painted Nippon pagoda mark was used from 1910 to 1921. Japanese porcelain was produced for and exported to the United States in great quantities starting in the late 19th century. It was slightly exotic, very decorative, and fairly inexpensive. Many different hand-painted designs were produced, including portraits, fruit, flowers, and scenes.The raised and/or beaded decorations are typical of Japanese work.The large plate in this set is 9 inches in diameter and the small plates are 6 inches.
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