The double diamond T-T mark ion the bottom s associated with Takito, a Japanese company known for lusterware and other styles.
So far, I've been unable to find anyTakito items that have a blue transferware-type pattern.
Looking for any help (date, design, type, etc.).
Help ! I can't identify marks on bottom!! Thanks !!
I just t bought a set of blue glass cups on Ebay listed as "cobalt" that turned out to be "denim" The seller made good with apologies, but would sellers please realise that only the very dark saturated blue is cobalt. The light blue is denim, and to call it cobalt is misleading advertising, which, of course, we don't want on Ebay.
I've looked a number of places but can't find this marking.
It's on an orange lusterware set with a windmill design.
Am looking for manufacturer, pattern and/or date range.
4". Is this called a cocktail glass ? Has numbers 0.1 l z. No idea what that means.
My 98 yr old Grandmother recently passed away, leaving a lot of stuff from all over the world, which she travelled quite extensively. Most of it I was able to identify, but there are a few that I can't nail down. First is a very large lot of very delicate dishes, cups, saucers etc. All are marked China and in beautiful condition.
Next is this vase. It's got a couple of numbers on the bottom, but no name/maker. But, it was on a shelf with a bunch of older Wedgwood. I am just unsure if this is an unmarked piece or a copy/fake.
And finally there is this set, though it's missing one cup. No markings but I think they are stunning. Quite thin and delicate. I have 5 cups and 6 saucers.
Thanks in advance for any information you can share with me!