This is a circa 1890 Japanese porcelain trio set (cup, saucer and dessert plate)
made with a pale white rose pattern and enamel gold painted details on scalloped edges
with green stencil and blown green background. This style of airbrush look
and stencil airbrush styled leaves is what makes the cup distinctly Japanese.
They used a bamboo straw as their air brush to get the look of stencils and
graduated backgrounds. It would have been made before the country name on porcelain was
required on imports/exports by the McKinley Tariff Act of 1891.
Thr translucency of the porcelain is also a Japanese trait of porcelain that other countries had
not yet accomplished at that time.
This set has a value of $125USD.
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