Japanese porcelain pieces of the Nippon era, 1891 to 1921, are visually exciting and form a plentiful group of beautiful, high-quality items. They are popular today with a large number of collectors.
This new and lavishly color-illustrated book shows thousands of items well known by their different styles of decoration-Moriage, Coralene, Cobalt, molded-in-relief, tapestry. Included are plaques, dishes, lamps, dolls, vases, smoking accessories, and other forms.
Over 830 color photographs of Nippon porcelain, identifying captions, and a concise text present this phase of Oriental art along with 130 different manufacturers' marks.