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Marks Made In China

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  1. Sep 02,  · From , wares from Japan exported to the United States had to be marked "Japan" or "Made in Japan". During World War II most ceramics factories (for exports) ceased, except Noritake (see Japanese Ceramics of the Last Years, by Irene Stitt pg ).
  2. i bought some china at a thrift store and can't identify the mark. It's green and looks like a tall pagoda surrounded by mountains, rising into the clouds. under that are what appear to be 4 chinese letters, and under that the words "made in china".
  3. Jul 06,  · Ceramics were made all over China and the kilns in the north and south produced different types of wares and the Song dynasty (), for example, beautiful celadon-glazed ceramics were produced in the Longquan area of southwest Zhejiang province, and also by the Yaozhou kilns in the northern Shaanxi province.
  4. These underglaze blue ‘wan yu’ marked pieces are the classic ‘rice grain’ porcelains, made in Jingdezhen and other places throughout the C20th, but mass produced in the PROC and exported worldwide. ‘Rice grain’ porcelain had this mark until about the late s, after which ‘Zhong Guo MADE IN CHINA’ marks proliferated.
  5. China made in Japan during these years will be marked differently because at that time Japan was invaded by United States forces. The marks are "Made in Occupied Japan" and "Occupied Japan". According to Occupied Japan, these marks were provided for American consumers who believed that purchase proceeds would repay war reparations.
  6. May 05,  · Hua Cha Gong Si Chu Pin_14_17, The Hua Cha and Ji Hua Cha company made tea caddies. Many tea caddies of the Republic period have one of these marks and often also have a red ‘CHINA’ mark. Others are either unmarked or have just the ‘CHINA’ mark.
  7. Apr 12,  · Porcelain pieces that say “English Bone China” or “Bone China” are not considered antique, but were made after , with the majority of modern pieces manufactured in the 20th century. Write down any marks to research in guidebooks about antique porcelain.
  8. Mark with "Made in France" above star used to s. The Coiffe factory made many porcelain blanks decorated by other companies so many times an accompanying mark will identify the decorating factory. Coiffe blanks were also exported to the United States for use by both novice and professional china painters at the turn of the last century.
  9. Marks may appear as letters, symbols, numbers, dates, logos or even signatures, based on the company or potter who made the item. Fine china generally refers to porcelain or bone china, but may.

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