Yesterday's #estatesale adventure yielded this eclectic collection of reproduction blue willow china. 33 pieces, three different occupied Japan hallmarks (not counting several different sets of initials in the one with initials), plus bonus odd-man-out dessert dish from England.
One teacup and two of the tiny bowls were broken and painstakingly glued at some point, plus a few pieces need stains bleached and a couple of the stoneware divided plates have quite a bit of crazing. They must have some stories to tell! Now to figure out what to keep and where to keep it, and what to do with the rest!
L2747N We do not usually put damaged items into our shop at Newlyn Antiques & Cottage Garden Nursery, but we have made an exception for this 1946 - 1952 Occupied Japan, hand painted & embossed, very handsome, chrysanthemum decorated floor vase, (H: 630mm), with stand. It was brought back to Australia, from Japan by an Australian Navy Serviceman. A career Sailor, who was eventually promoted to the rank of Chief Petty Officer. He has recently moved into a Nursing Home. The vase is artist signed and is possibly much earlier than the1940s. Most likely it is from the 1920s and was made for the Japanese rather than the export market. With its damage it is available for sale at Newlyn Antiques & Nursery for $55.00
Just arrived a vintage
Bowler Derby Hat Dobbs 5th Ave
New York from Henry's Wichita original price tag is inside with its box!
Also the mug yes that's an old Victorian shaving mug and also we have a very unique Toby Mug Occupied Japan the man is smoking
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Help! Teacup seeking matching saucer. I had to share this for #itfoundmejunk . I wouldn't mind finding another teacup but I really want to find its saucer. This little teacup was thrown in for free at an auction almost a year ago. I have come close to finding its mate but the flowers don't quite match. So for now I'll hide its "nakedness" with some fall leaves. 🍁🍂🍁🍂 One day, I will find the saucer ☕️#thursdaycolorpop
REDUCED - now $10 plus shipping - Is she not just the sweetest thing?! This adorable vintage Occupied Japan jointed porcelain doll is extra sweet in her floral dress. She has a belly button, which is such a cute little accent. She is approx. 7 inches tall. 😍$15 plus shipping