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Are their items genuine? second handed? but some look very new

went a few times, most items are japanese, with scratches.

saw a wedgwood cup set today, not crystal but pottery, the kind with ancient greek paintings. good price it seems.

 

EDIT: the pottery I saw is called "japerware", something like this:

Jasperware.jpg

big ones cost like cars in my country, never saw small ones before.

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Alfred E. Neuman

It‘s sort of a Japanese garage sale, bought a few items there over the years. Dont buy the electrical stuff.

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53 minutes ago, Alfred E. Neuman said:

It‘s sort of a Japanese garage sale, bought a few items there over the years. Dont buy the electrical stuff.

Is their price generally fair?

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Alfred E. Neuman
20 hours ago, rep1 said:

Is their price generally fair?

Japan quality, Japan pricing.

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RogerDat

Japan uses 110 V. Where is this place, love junk shops.

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48 minutes ago, RogerDat said:

Japan uses 110 V. Where is this place, love junk shops.

On the middle of very long, narrow two way street. The direction is from Rustans to Landers, then across the road is the long street, toward Mandaue Foam (the big one, not opposite to IT Park), and ends at As Fortuna Street. Lots of trucks, no taxi and no grab. I walked 8km yesterday.

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hyaku

I use to collect wedgewood. It's called  'Jasperware ' New or old it never changes and can be dated by marks. Look out for copies. The feel alone should tell you if it's real saltglaze.

 

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