17 posts tagged imari

Art Nouveau Artists

Art Nouveau Artists from Rene Lalique to Louis Comfort Tiffany, Anton Gaudi and Archibald Knox. A selection of the great many art nouveau artists and designers that embraced the art nouveau style. There were many gifted artists and designers in the art nouveau period. It brought forward artists and designers with a feel for the natural organic lines that appeal to many of us. Many whose work is now highly valued and sought after by art nouveau collectors and fans of the style. When ... Continue Reading

Collect Japanese Antiques & Reap Rich Rewards

Japanese antiques provide a link to the rich culture and fascinating history of Japan. The collector has many choices but Kutani, Satsuma and Imari ceramics are a good choice as are the more affordable Netsuke Continue Reading

Junk Silver Coins – Collecting 90% Silver Profit

A simple cost effective way to invest in silver and an excellent way to hedge against inflation and times of financial crisis is to collect junk silver coins. The value in some coins 90% silver content can make a significant contribution to your wealth, not to mention your coin collection. Continue Reading

Pair Chinese Blue & White Porcelain Chargers

I have had these Chinese blue & white porcelain chargers for many years. by Barbara Bojorquez (Saltillo, MS USA)   Photos above show decoration on the Pair of Chinese Blue & White Porcelain Chargers   Photos above show the Chinese makers marks on the Blue & White Porcelain (Are they Kangxi or Imari maybe?) I recently started to really take a closer look at these blue & white porcelain chargers. They were a gift from friends and are very beautiful. I would like to know more ... Continue Reading

Chinese Vases

My mother is in possession of three Chinese vases. by Cathy (Nova Scotia, Canada) I believe my grandmother brought these Chinese Vases to England from China in the late 1800's. We are wondering if they are valuable, what the markings mean, what they could be worth. I have several pics. I'll post a couple. Comments on Cathy's Chinese Vases : Satsuma Ware by Kat at antique-marks ... Kathy your vases appear to be a matched trio of Japanese Satsuma ware vases, very nicely decora... Continue Reading

Dresden Imari Bowl

Can anyone help me identify the makers marks on this imari bowl and saucer? by Richard (ENgland, UK) Photo shows my Imari Bowl pattern & the Makers Marks I have an imari bowl and saucer which has been used to house a small plant pot for years. I thought it might be an idea to try to identify the marks on it but after hours of searching pages and pages of porcelain marks on line I have drawn a blank. I wonder if anyone can help me identify the makers marks on this imari bowl and ... Continue Reading

Blue & White Kraak Porcelain Wanli 1573 to 1620

This Wanli Blue and White Kraak Charger, possibly Ming 1610 to 1630, was a gift from friends in Europe about 25 years ago. by Barbara Bojorquez (Saltillo, MS, USA) Top photo shows the decoration on my, possibly Ming, Wanli Blue & White Kraak porcelain charger I've had this Kraak charger stored on the top shelf in the closet until a couple of months ago when I was reminded of it. I've had a number of comments from Antique Dealers and experts that gave me the above information ... Continue Reading

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