BUMBLE BEE SUGAR BOWL - Made in Japan Unknown Mark OLD!

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  • Item Category: Ceramics
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Jan 10,2007
  • Channel: Online Auction

BUMBLE BEE SUGAR BOWL - could be a Powder Jar....not sure.

I'm not familiar with the mark - I don't think it's Noritake...if someone out t knows, please share. Looks like either an N or AI or A1.

Condition: Excellent Condition - crazing, but no cracks or chips.

Approximately 3.5" tall (including bee finial) and just shy of 4" in diameter.

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I missed an important part of this bowl...it has a little plate or saucer that matches.

The plate has the same mark as the sugar bowl and measures 5 inches in diameter.

FYI - The little dark spot that can be seen on the edge is not a chip. It is an imperfection in the glaze....a raised bump. :)

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