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Could use help identifying these cups please!

Posted by gaily (My Page) on
Mon, May 17, 10 at 14:30

If anybody can give me help identify these cups, I would so appreciate it. Thanks!

I couldn't figure out how to put pics on here but this is the link you can use! Thank You, Thank you, Thank you!!

http://i1021.photobucket.com/albums/af332/gailyeck/cup/Cup.jpg


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About the cups I need help identifying.

Sorry, I didn't mention that the saucer has a logo of 2 letter T's. Each T is inside a triangle and the 2 triangles are linked together so they overlap slightly. Around the triangles it says 'Hand painted and made in Japan'. Thanks if you can help.
This is the first time I posted anything here and got flustered trying to get the pics on so the link to copy and paste is

Here is a link that might be useful: Cup & Saucer


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RE: Could use help identifying these cups please!

I love your cup and saucer it looks like gold on the handle. I would say they are mid 20th century.


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RE: Could use help identifying these cups please!

Your set was made by the Takito Company. See link below, a good site for mark identification. Just click on T on the left hand column and it'll take you to it.

It's a beautiful pattern. Rather unusual and very cheerful.

Here is a link that might be useful: Pottery Identification marks


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RE: Could use help identifying these cups please!

Looks like Japanese luster ware to me.

Here is a link that might be useful: Ruby Lane, Japanese Lusterware


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