Identification of Chinese porcelain

Started by Holmsgaard, Dec 30, 2021, 02:41:35

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Hello everyone. I'm new on the forum but also in regard to Chinese porcelain.

I have inherited the most wonderful tea/coffee set from my late great grandmother. The set has been in my family's possession for at least 100 years.
I hoped someone might be able help with identification, and give a guess as to how old the set might be. With that being said, just about any information would do, as I myself have no knowledge about porcelain.

Merry Christmas, and thank you in advance!


I have a couple extra pictures.


All items appear to be Japanese, and a close view of the decoration shows that they are printed, either partially or all of it.


The mark is Mt Fuji which was copied from Fukagawa, I believe that this is a type of Japanese Lustre ware from the 1930's, the decoration is printed.


Thank you so much to the both of you!
It's so great to now know a bit more about the set.