Nippon is a relic of the turn of the 20th century. From 1891 to 1921, all Japanese porcelain imported to the United States was stamped with the word “Nippon” on the base. Beginning August 3, Forsyths’ Auctions offers the annual Nippon Collector’s Auction from the International Nippon Collectors’ Club. Vibrant colors and intricate detailing complement the refined nature of Japanese porcelain, giving each piece its own uniquely elegant appearance. The responsible craftsmen use each piece to tell a story. While browsing the available lots, an observant individual will see a quiet village on Halloween under a full moon painted onto a pitcher, or a bright white cockatoo perched on an evergreen branch painted onto a moriage (raised decoration) vase. View the remaining collection of vibrantly painted Nippon porcelain and register to bid at Live Auctioneers today.
Lot Categories:Decorative Arts (357)
# of Lots:357
Price Range:$10 - $1,800
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Rare Nippon Moriage Vase with Cockatoo||
|Large Nippon Cobalt Blue Tankard||
|Nippon 7 Piece Dresser Set with Fine Gold Work||
|Nice Nippon Tea Caddy with Gold||
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