Category Archives: Imari

Who Invented the Term “Satsuma Moriage,” Anyway?

These lamps caused me way more agita than they’re worth. When I opened my Etsy shop, I had to research many of the items from the Janvier Road bungalow to see what they were, and whether they were Etsy material, … Continue reading

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What’s a fair price for a vintage or antique item?

Most of us who sell old things struggle to find a price that’s not too cheap or too expensive. That’s because most of us adore antiques and want to share them with others. We love the way they look, feel … Continue reading

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Imari: Beautiful at any age.

Both serious collectors and “dabblers” have enjoyed Imari porcelain for hundreds of years. And there’s a good reason for it – Imari’s timeless design just never goes out of style. A noble history. Imari is named for the port where … Continue reading

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