Identifying a Demitasse Saucer?

I have a demitasse saucer that is a flying turkey/phoenix bird pattern. The head of the bird is backwards compared to the ones I have seen. The saucer is not thin, it is rather thick. I have also sent the marking on the back. Can you tell me what it is and what the marking means?

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April 13, 20160 found this helpful

I can't tell you anything about this pattern, except that I have some cups and saucers, and an egg cup in the same pattern. It is quite old, I'm sure. Some of my pieces belonged to my great grand aunt in California, so they would date from around 1910-1920. I picked up a couple more pieces at a yard sale in Bonner's Ferry, Idaho last summer. There are two different markings on the backs of my pieces, but they both say made in Japan.

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