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I recently found this and fell in love. But I am a re-seller so I need to know the value. I have looked on eBay till my eyes twitched.
I can't seem to find it on Google, either. The markings on the back do not help. Does anyone know what it means/says and if you have seen it? Thanks for any/all help.
So here are my thoughts....
I think it is from Latvia.
Here are is a link of why I think that:
Here is a list of all countries that end in A...if you want to try others:
If it is from Latvia, Replacements most likely won't be able to help you. We tried getting them to buy my grandma's dishes from Hungary (which were probably 80-100 years old) and they wanted no parts of them and could not ID them. I love Replacements, but they are not good for some things.
There are not a lot of items from Latvia on eBay at the moment, but those plates that are, are all unsold and some as low as 99 cents. NONE MATCH YOURS so I am not saying that is your value...you would need to find an exact match to yours on eBay or another site to get today's current market value.
You could also take it to a vintage store and see if they can give you a value.
Thanks for sharing it!! It is very lovely!!! You could just try to resell it as a grape and floral pattern plate and hope for the best on a 7 day auction...let the market dictate the price.
People still love grape patterns and it is quite colorful and would look lovely on someones holiday table.
Post back what you decide and what you get for it as I always like to know how things turn out!!
I love the pattern on this piece. There is a site that you can upload a photo of your dish and they will help with identification of the pattern.
Here it is:
I hope this helps you in some way.
Does anyone recognize this? Look closely at the image inside the cup. It is the perfect image of a Chinese woman. I found it by accident while cleaning it. I have a whole set of tea cups and saucers, teapot, sugar and creamer, and a cake plate with 6 matching dishes. Absolutely gorgeous!
I don't know the value of your set, however, a bit of searching for "Japanese china with image of geisha in cups" might help. There were several sites that came up when I googled the topic, with different images and designs. Good luck. They are beautiful.
These are called lithophane cups and are very collectible. The value depends upon the condition. This article explains it very well: http://www.arti ne-cups-614.html
These are very collectible cups but do not always bring a big price when actually sold. But since you have a complete set it is possible yours would be valuable.
I love to use eBay as a guide because it is a very large site that gets a lot of traffic and gives me a better chance of finding "true" value - what people will actually pay for an item.
Here is a link to present Geisha Lithophane listed on eBay:
Here is a link that shows what some actually sold for:
But if you want a pretty accurate idea as to the true value of your set, you can ask your question here and someone will try to help you:
It looks like a Japanese litho pane set. The single geisha is not worth as much as the double giesha or some of the more ornate or sexy ones. It is nice that you have an entire set which would raise the value.
I purchased a 12 piece Warwick set of china with a rose pattern and beautiful gold trim. It's about 80 years old I'm told. I would like to sell it, but what to know for how much.
I'm trying to find out about French Saxon china. It says 22 carat gold on the bottom.
Here are a bunch of French Saxon plates. Do any of yours match?
No but I will send u a pic
The Sebring Historical Society has a lot of information and pictures on this type of china: http://www.sebr frenchSaxon.html
Maybe you can find your pattern on Replacements:
A large amount of Saxon china has 22 carat gold but there are several patterns now listed on eBay that you may find your pattern.
This site has photos of many pieces also:
I have a set of Nu Orleans china, made by Summerfield, from the 70's. It is an 8 piece setting with extra pieces, white with silver wheat leaves. Does anyone know about this china? Is it worth anything?
Jodee from MS
Don't know Summerfield - But you could do a Google search & see what you can find out about the brand. Where is it made? Japan/U.S. - Is it bone china (more valuable) or of lesser quality - should say on label. Also go on EBay to see if you can find anything similar there to price it out.
I had some china from the 60's and I e-mailed replacements.com, unfortunately my dishes were not valuable, but you never know, you can send a picture of the front and back of a plate and they will tell you if they are worth anything. Sometimes if there is a demand for your pattern, they'll offer to buy them. Good luck!
Jodee, go to Ebay and enter your search as "Norleans china, Summerfield pattern." There are several pieces there for sale so you can get an idea of what they're trying to sell it for. You can also google "replacement china" and find websites that you can check for that pattern to see what they are charging for replacement pieces to get an idea.
Go to replacements.com they hundreds of patterns of china and you can look yours up and see if there is value to your set.
I'm cleaning out an old estate and there is so much china. I don't know the value on anything. I'm cleaning out boxes, etc.
I'm trying to find out about this Meito china that we found in an old house. The only thing I've been able to find is pattern MEI147 on replacements, but no stock, info, etc. I am going batty googling and searching with never anything coming up with my china. Does anyone know anything about this? I have a whole set.
I bought a storage unit and inside were several boxes marked, china, so I have a lot of china that I know nothing about and can't seem to find it anywhere. Some are marked, from Italy 66312 py. The py has a circle around it and Kickard Athenian 1041.
My grandmother gave me her antique china set before she passed away. I am having a hard time trying to find any like it. It is an entire set with every piece included. It has the dinner plates, cups, saucers, bowels, gravy dish, etc. It comes in zippered cloth cases. The dishes are white with a silver lining. Unfortunately, all it says on the bottom is "Westinghouse." I know she had them for at least 50 years.
As I do research online searching for Westinghouse china dinnerware, all I can find is information that the Hall China company made some dinnerware/china for Westinghouse, but the images I find are nothing like the set I have. I am just trying to find out any additional information about this particular set. I am in no way interested in getting rid of it. It would just be nice to know what the value of it is. If anyone has anymore information on it, that would be so fantastic. As I stated above, it is a very simple, yet pretty set with white dishes with silver lining, says Westinghouse on the back of everything, comes in green cloth zipper cases.
google china patterns, there is a website out there but i cannot remember it off the top of my head, replacementsinc.com perhaps?
I tried, I still cannot find the same set. Strange....
Please provide me with the value if any and information on anything interesting, dates, etc. It is not a full set, no markings are visible. I've have for about 20 plus years.
I have a vast collection of antique dishes left to me by my father who recently passed. It includes everything from pieces from China, to occupied Japan, Germany, Italy, etc. I need an appraiser in Colorado, can you help?
By Tammy W
I'm new here. I was wondering if anybody could tell me the value of some of my pieces that I found at farmer's markets and yard sales. I am looking to make some extra money from them since we are remodeling our home and could certainly use the money right now. Any help is appreciated.
I just found this in our Salvation Army for $1.99. I can't find anything on this specific piece online, although the company makes beautiful china and pottery. Does anyone know anything about this? It is about 3 inches in diameter.