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19th-C. Nippon Biscuit Jar

Broomfields Gallery

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19th-C. Nippon Biscuit Jar
19th-C. Nippon Biscuit Jar
19th-C. Nippon Biscuit Jar

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Product Information

Era:

Antique; 19th century

Condition:

Excellent

Country of Origin:

Japan

Materials:

ceramic

Size:

7.5" W x 6.25" H

Color/Finish:

rose/cobalt/green/gold

Why We Love This

Nippon biscuit jar in the Te Oh Rose finish with moriage of gold beads throughout the design; a quality decorative piece from late-19th-century Japan. Sits on four feet and has three handles on the lid.
As described by Broomfields Gallery

Why We Love This

Nippon biscuit jar in the Te Oh Rose finish with moriage of gold beads throughout the design; a quality decorative piece from late-19th-century Japan. Sits on four feet and has three handles on the lid.

About Broomfields Gallery

Julia and Bill Bishop have been collecting art and antiques for more than 50 years. In the '90s they showed at the semi-annual Round Top Antiques Show in Texas. Stock includes quality antique and vintage porcelain bird and fish plates, crockery, glassware, flower frogs, wall pockets, chalk-ware, old tools, farm items, 19th-century American furniture, mirrors, trays, and tins. Julia is an interior designer with more than 40 year's experience with her own company and is a member of IIDA.