"The photos appear to be of Made in Japan pieces from after WWII.
From 1895 to 1921 the U.S. required imported pieces to be marked with their country of origin. Japan marked its pieces "Hand Painted Nippon" or just "Nippon,"…"
Antiques at Kimberton is a respected antique show that fills over 10,000 square feet with 65+ dealers in 2 buildings at the Kimberton Fire Hall in Phoenixville, PA. This show has been in existence since the mid 1960’s and is still going strong. If you like antiques, this is a show you do not want to miss. Not far from the Antiques at Kimberton show is the Antiques Capital, USA in Adamstown, Pa. Over 3,000 antique dealers gather in Adamstown to display and sell their merchandise. But you’ll…See More
My Mother in Law had an antique shop and I just inherited the stuff no one else wanted. She loved Nippon and Japanese stuff. If that was redundant I have no idea. I have a lot so far plus more boxes I haven't gotten into. She had other antiques that I am trying to salvage from the move. If someone out there who knows oriental ceramics and will take pity on this hot mess I would greatly appreciate it. Signed lost in "Asia" Pennsylvania - JessyI included some photos so…See More
Hi, you can call me Jessy I prefer to be less formal. I am a stay at home Mom with grown children. I take care of our farmette and another property four hours away. I have a 8 month old granddaughter that I take care of while my daughter is at work also I take care of the big guy my husband. I am a big animal lover so I have four dogs plus assorted pets. So now you know I ramble. I spend all day talking to a baby and to my dogs, I have issues. I look forward to talking to everyone, learning, and having fun.
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My interest started when I met my husband. His mother owned an antique store and his father owned a furniture refinishing shop. I never realized this world existed so over the years I have learned a thing or two. I still have a lot to learn. My mother in law past away and left me a store plus antiques so its research time. The only thing I collected is Stangl Pottery because as a young girl I remember going to the Stangl factory in Fleming NJ. so that is personal to me.
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I am always willing to help out
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