Nippon Porcelain Hand Painted Moriage Tea Rose Milk Pitcher

Early 1900's Nippon milk pitcher made for table top service hand painted in maroon red against a white bone china ground, having delicate roses surrounding the piece in panels all highlighted with gold and raised gold beading. Ornate handle and scalloped rim with base give this lovely piece a very dainty look. Attributed to Morimura Bros, mark on bottom but has worn away over the years.

Measures: 7" T (17.78 cm) at spout, center 5.50" T. (13.97 cm), 7.50"L. (19.05 cm) spout to handle


Condition: No chips, cracks, or repairs. Wear to gold & paint at top rim and handle

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