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Japanese pottery teapot, plate and tea bowl with lid. The marks indicate that the pottery was produced and decorated by Gyozan, Kyoto pottery, in first half of the 20th century.

At the beginning of the 20th century, Gyouzan began to export the reproductions of Ninsei and Kenzan and original Kyo-Satsuma ware.

Gyozan Mark

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Factory girls decorating cheap pottery for the foreign markets, Kyoto, Japan, 1904.

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The Infant King

Sing lullaby!

Lullaby baby, now reclining,

Sing lullaby!

Hush, do not wake the Infant King.

Angels are watching, stars are shining

Over the place where he is lying:

Sing lullaby!

Sing lullaby!

Lullaby baby, now a-dozing,

Sing lullaby!

Hush, do not wake the Infant King.

Soon comes the cross, the nails, the piercing,

Then in the grave at last reposing:

Sing lullaby!

Sing lullaby!

Lullaby! is the babe a-waking?

Sing lullaby!

Hush, do not stir the Infant King.

Dreaming of Easter, gladsome morning,

Conquering Death, its bondage breaking:

Sing lullaby!

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Best 50 Antiques Blogs

I‘m very, very happy with my ribbon winner!!!!

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