Japanese porcelain pieces of the Nippon era, 1891 to 1921, are visually exciting and form a plentiful group of beautiful, high-quality items. They are popular today with a large number of collectors.This new and lavishly color-illustrated book shows thousands of items well known by their different styles of decoration-Moriage, Coralene, Cobalt, molded-in-relief, tapestry. Included are plaques, dishes, lamps, dolls, vases, smoking accessories, and other forms.Over 830 color photographs of Nippon porcelain, identifying captions, and a concise text present this phase of Oriental art along with 130 different manufacturers' marks.
Kathy Wojciechowski, an active collector and dealer of Nippon porcelain for over twenty years, lives with her family in Peotone, Illinois.


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