Nippon Moriage Hand Painted Victorian Rose Porcelain Tumblers

Nippon Moriage Hand Painted Victorian Rose Porcelain Tumblers
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Vintage From Paul is delighted to offer these magnificent, hand painted Nippon Moriage Victorian Rose porcelain tumblers.

The border at the top rim is a light tan in color with white moriage beading and a green curve. The upper part of the body of the tumbler is in a pale yellow, fading into the pristine white body. The roses have the applied white moriage outlines to the deep pink roses. The design , while larger on one face of the tumbler, carries over to cover the entire body in a smaller fashion. Regardless on the angle that these tumblers is viewed a design is visible. The porcelain is translucent, with the design being visible from the interior when they are held to the light.

The under side of the Nippon Moriage Hand Painted Victorian Rose Porcelain Tumblers has a faint green marking indicating hand painted, Nippon and a symbol which we can not make out clearly.

Stunning and classic!

The Nippon Moriage Hand Painted Victorian Rose Porcelain Tumblers stand 3-5/8 inches in height, measure 2-7/8 inches in diameter at the top and 2-1/4 inches in diameter at the base..

Each of the available Nippon Moriage Hand Painted Victorian Rose Porcelain Tumblers is in mint condition with no chips, cracks, crazing or other defects. The moriage detailing is intact, the colors vibrant, the graphics crisp.

We ship the day after payment is received using Insured Priority Mail with Delivery Confirmation. Parcels are generally received in 2-3 days depending on your location.

Hallmark Dating Research

Marks on export porcelain: In 1891 the McKinley Tariff Act was instated, requiring items imported into the United States to be marked in English with the country of origin. The name "Nippon" was chosen for items coming from Japan. (Nippon is the Japanese name for Japan.)

In 1921, the official country of origin name requirement was changed to "Japan", thus creating a defined time period 1891-1921 in which wares were marked Nippon.