Does anyone have information about his pitcher.
It is 8" x 5" with no obvious marks.
It is in mint condition
This is what we have so far.
As best as we can tell, this is an example of Geisha Ware, the crimson red trim being a typical characteristic of most known specimens, from tea sets to individual pieces such as this lovely pitcher.
Hard to find an identical example, which in our opinion makes it more desirable for collectors of this popular genre. The vast majority of vintage Geisha-ware were made around 1920s - 1940s in Japan.
We have a feeling that the mark has just faded away as the Japanese were very meticulous in marking their pieces. In any case, we're pretty certain that this is authentic and from that period.