As antiques pass through time, they change hands and develop history. A family heirloom comes with a story of all the places it has been. Pottery you fall in love with as it sits on a shelf in an antique store has a story, too. Learn part of this story by identifying the piece's origin, maker, rarity and value.
Japanese Porcelain Marks Gotheborg. Nikko Nippon Nippon Jap. The popularity of the tea ceremony from the 15th century fostered an aesthetic appreciation of ceramics, especially imported Chinese wares, which became valued as works of art. The strong demand for ceramics resulted in a surge of creativity during the Momoyama period , with thousands of kilns developing their own distinct regional characteristics.
AREND, a citizen of the United States, residing at New York city, county of New York, and State of New York, have invented anew and useful Imbowl a liner or division contrivance consist-' ing of a series of superposed conical division plates or disks, the said plates or disks extending from near the periphery of the bowl toward the axis thereof, an oriiiced inlet and distributing device extending vertically through and intersecting said plates and opening into the neutral Zone of the creamer between adjacent plates of the division contrivance or liner, the purpose of such combination being' that the full milk will be fed between the disks beyond the cream-wall and also by means of the distributing device will be fed in approximately like quantities to the space between each pair of disks or plates. Without doubt the principle and combination of this patent enable like quantities to be fed into the spaces between each pair of disks, and to a substantial, material, and benelicial extent it is so carried out in the specific embodiments of the invention or speciiic machines disclosed in that patent. My invention has for its object certain improvements in details of construction which, while not departing from the principle or invention of that patent, have in practice given a more perfect distribution of the full milk into the spaces between the disks or plates.
Marks and Labels on Glass A special thanks to Mike Wasser for contributing all his many fine drawings! Indiana Glass Label in Gray Foil. Indiana Glass Blue logo.