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Feb 27, 2011
by: peter

Kurt, I cannot read the second character, but judging from the first it could be a Japanese name.
So, that would mean that it probably was made in Japan. Japanese marks are different from Chinese ones in that they refer more reliably to the maker or artist.
So, this means it is a western style decoration on a Japanese plate, probably. This is not surprising, however, whether it was meant for export or not.

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