Noritake Vasona dinner plates.
Noritake Vasona dinner plates.
PINK ROSES W/ GRAY DESIGN AND SILVER TRIM. 8 SAUCERS, 1 OVAL SERVING BOWL & 1 SOUP BOWL W/ LID (SERVING DISH). GOLD STANDARD GENUINE PORCELAIN CHINA. 8 IN X 4 IN SOUP BOWL W/ LID (HAS 2 HANDLES).
Vintage purple Genuine Gold Standard Porcelain China Piece Set 28 pieces Japan.
UCAGCO marked pieces of Christmas Ceramic Figurines are almost always marked Made in Japan and like other importers, one might assume that they were a Japanese company. Not so, as this brief history details. The offices of United China and Glass Company (UCAGCO) were based in New Orleans and New York. Ucagco was primarily a distributor of dinnerware and glassware. They were the distributor of many Japanese china patterns during the early 1950s. United China & Glass Co. Dates back to 1850. Founded by Abe Mayer and originally called Abe Mayer & Co. The importer did business throughout the Southeast U. As well as Central and South America. After WWII, the company’s agent in Japan, S. Stolaroff signed the very first contract allowing imports from Japan. A talented ceramic designer himself, Stolaroff worked alongside many Japanese potteries to lead the company’s line of ceramics. UCAGCO marked pieces are almost always marked “Made in Japan” and like other importers, one might assume that they were a Japanese company; however, this is not correct. The United China and Glass Company (UCAGCO) was based in New Orleans and New York. Ucagco was primarily creator and distributor of dinnerware and glassware and were the distributor of many Japanese china patterns during the early 1950’s. UCAGCO dates back to 1850 and was founded by Abe Mayer. It was originally called Abe Mayer & Co. Mayer did business throughout the Southeast U. After WWII was over, the company’s agent in Japan S. Stolaroff was a talented ceramic designer himself and worked alongside many Japanese potteries to help lead the company’s line of ceramics. When was Ucagco China made? What does Ucagco mean? United China and Glass Company. Occupied Japan Collectors – UCAGCO (Ukaguko) actually means United China and Glass Company. Its offices were based in New Orleans and New York. They were a large distributor in the US of many Japanese china patterns during the early 1950s. Is Ucagco still in business? And so did the recognizable gold foil stickers “Ucagco” on their Gift Craft line.
This is an offering for a pristine vintage Narumi China casserole / covered vegetable bowl with lid in the lovely Damask Rose with gold band pattern. Narumi China Damask Rose mark on the base. Not a hint of use and has no nicks, chips, cracks or repairs.
Beautiful Fine China Set. Colors: Pink Flowers & Green Stems, with Shiny Gold Rims. Great for decoration or dinnerware.
18 piece Kaysons Golden Rhapsody Fine China Japan 1961 Vintage. 4 large plates – 4 medium plates – 4 cups and saucers. 1 sugar bowl – 1 creamer. With 4 original Boxex.
This vintage 12 chop/serving plate from Gold China Japan features the Regal Pine pattern in multicolor. Made of porcelain, this charger plate is perfect for decorative use or serving dishes. The backstamp is printed and it was manufactured in Japan during the 1970s. This plate is a beautiful addition to any collection, with its flower theme and vintage charm. It is not handcrafted but still maintains high quality. The product line is Regal Pine and it comes with only one piece. Add this piece of Japanese history to your home decor or your kitchen today!
Noritake Duetto 6610 Gold Trim White China Dinner Service Scrolls 71 Pcs. 8 Dinner plates, 8 salad plates, 8 dessert plates, 8 dessert Bowls, 7 salad/soup bowls 14 tea/coffee cups, 14 causers, sugar and creamer, 1 serving bowl and 1 gravy boat.
Fine China Royalton China Co. “Golden Elegance” Dinner Plates Set Of 11 – Japan. Color: White with Golden Trim. Measures: 9.25 Diameter. Weight: 14 lb (heavy quality glass). In very good condition, no chips or cracks. Some gold gilt wear very minor, one plate has a small dark stain on it. Also, some minor scratches from usage of utensils. Makers Mark ink Stamped Reads. Please see photos for they are apart of my description.