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I'm brand new to this site! And brand new to the world of antiques and vintage wares so I apologize in advance for any rookie postings.
I found this trinket dish (I think that's what it is?) at a local thrift store. I love the colors and design. I know it's not anything special, but I'm curious as to what decade it's from. Is it most likely made in Asia? Japan or China?
It is about 2.5'' tall with a diameter of 3-3/4''
It does have an indiscernible marking on the bottom of the dish. It's a circle with a mark inside it, but it's so worn that I can't make it out.
Thank you for any help!
Colors and flowers-leaves look like 1970s to me.
Think of a pencil and emery board or sandpaper. Rub graphite dust into mark, take a close-up pic. Dust will wash off.
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