21-pc Gold Dragonware Blue Luster Glaze Japanese Geisha Tea Set. 21 piece porcelain tea set featuring a transfer-print gold dragons (not raised, moriage decorations) with nimbus clouds in blue luster glaze.The cups have another neat feature which also attracts your guests' attention; when held up to the light to take the last sip of coffee, a lovely geisha lady will emerge through the bottom. The set consists of: a teapot with infuser and bamboo handle, a creamer, a lidded sugar bowl, 6 cups & saucers and 6 side plates. 5.5 Diameter x 4.25 Height (14 cm x 11 cm). 6.5 oz (200 cc). 3.25 Diameter x 2.5 Height (8 cm x 6.5 cm).
9.5 oz (280 cc). 3.75 Diameter x 3.5 Height (10 cm x 9 cm).5 oz (150 cc) brimful. 3 3/8" across x 1 7/8" Height (8.5 cm x 4.5 cm). 5 1/8 Diameter (13 cm). 7.5 Diameter (19 cm).
Condition: New Bottom of creamer, teapot, plates and saucers marked with maker's name, "MARUKO" "MADE IN JAPAN" --- Kinsei, meaning "reverently made". You can find single Gold Dragonware cup and saucer as well as other geisha tea sets. In the mid 1900's, a large quantity of Geisha porcelain cup and saucers were exported from Japan mainly to Europe and Australia.Even though drastically decreased in quantity, they are still made in small factories in quite a small way. Accordingly, they are getting to be very scarce now. Even if you can find some available on the market, most often they are rather vintage. So please don't miss this new Geisha tea set. Please pay within 3 days after placing your order. All methods are offered by Japan Post. Due to weight limit of 2 kg, SAL/ePacket will come in 2 packages. Will be delivered quickly with great care. So, Do Not choose SAL if you are impatient. My store provides Japanese Seto-yaki porcelain figurines and crockery (such as this item). Seto-yaki' is a general term for porcelain products made in Seto Japan. Seto is a city located in the center of Japan, and is also the center for Japan's ceramics industry. From Occupied Japan Era to the late'70s, Seto-yaki items under various brand names used to be exported worldwide. However, as the ceramics industry has been declining year by year, many manufacturers have been forced to shut down their factories in the last few decades. But now, there are still lots of vintage products and reproductions available from local stores out there. Please return in original condition. Any questions or anything unclear about the item, please ask me before placing your order. International Buyers - Please Note. I do not mark merchandise values below value or mark items as "gifts" - US andInternational government regulations prohibit such behavior.
The item "NEW 21-PC Japanese Porcelain Geisha Tea Set Gold Dragonware Blue Luster Glaze" is in sale since Sunday, October 8, 2017. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Asian\1900-Now\Japanese\Teapots & Tea Sets". The seller is "heartof_j" and is located in Gifu.This item can be shipped worldwide.