7 Pc Tashiro Shoten Sectioned Condiment Serving Dish w/HP Mum Case Made in Japan


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7 Pc Tashiro Shoten Sectioned Condiment Serving Dish w/HP Mum Case Made in Japan


7 Pc Tashiro Shoten Sectioned Condiment Serving Dish w/HP Mum Case Made in Japan


For your consideration is this 7 Pc Tashiro Shoten Sectioned Condiment Serving Dish with Hand Painted Mums on the Olive Green Case. The bases of the dishes and the bottom of the case is marked Made in Japan. The case measures 12 1/2" in diameter and 1 3/4" tall. The lid fits on the base but fits loosely. The six side dishes measures 5 3/4" long, 3 1/2" wide and 7/8" tall. The round center dish measures 5" in diameter and 7/8" tall. The mark on the bases of the dishes is from Tashiro Shoten LTD which was a company that was in business before WWII and closed in 1954. I got that information from a book entitled Collector’s Guide to Made in Japan Ceramics Identification & Values Book II by Carole Bess White. Four of the Seven pieces don’t have any cracks or chips. The round center piece has several hairlines. On other side piece has only has a small chip and the last side sections has along one side. The design on the top of the lid is intact and there is some loss on the bottom of the case and around the top of the inside edge to the base. Please see the pictures for more detail!

11380 RP 

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Weight4.624998747 lbs

Main Color