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Dragonware Tea Set Cup and Demitasse Cup with Saucers 1930's

Dragonware Tea Set Cup and Demitasse Cup with Saucers 1930's

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  • Vintage item from the 1920s
  • Material: Nippon China
  • Favorited by: 2 people
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Unique cups and saucers called Dragonware made in Japan and China in the mid-20th century it is a type of moriage pottery. The pattern displays a blue eyed dragon in shades of grey ranging from white to black. The dragon appears on the cups and saucers. The larger cup is 2 1/4" tall and 3" wide the saucer is 4 1/2" wide, the demi cup 2" wide and 1 1/2" tall with a 3 1/4" saucer. The demitasse set has a scalloped edge , everything is trimmed with gold. The rim of the demi does not have any paint on it (does not look or feel like there ever was any gold paint there).The insides are white, the larger cup is somewhat transparent- very thin. Unusual piece of Emerson china.Marked " Hand Painted Emerson China", the small one the mark looks like "Made in Japan". The differences are the large saucer the dragon's wing and mouth looks to be finished with sand and the small one has scalloped edges. There are no chips or cracks the dragons are raised above the surface and are complete.

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