Although four different marks were used on cups and saucers during this time ("
Japan," "Made in Japan," "Occupied Japan," and "
Could you tell me what "
Oct 26, 1997
'Lovely trinket box, 4' wide, 2" tall, marked Yamaka
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The first example of Noritake china that was deemed suitable for export was ...
Jun 22, 1997
Many of the figurines were cheaply made, and looked it. But the ... If fingernail
polish removes the Occupied Japan mark, the piece is fake because the original
marks are under the glaze. ... Noritake
Vintage Cup & Saucer Jyoto