4 Nippon Berry Bowls


3 Bowls are Sold.  One Bowl available!


These are so cute, I could not pass them up!  Any time I see Vintage Nippon, I’m drawn like a magnet.

These 4 Nippon Berry Bowls are absolutely precious!  The floral details, the gold, the pointed edges.  Just adorable in every way.  They measure 5″.

I’d use them for soap in a guest bath, as serving pieces for nuts or other small nibbles.  Paper clips, hair ties….the list is endless.

Priced low so you can buy more than one!  Four available.

Nippon porcelain refers to vases, teapots, wall plaques, and other ceramic objects stamped with the word Nippon on their bases. The practice began in 1891 in response to the U.S. McKinley Tariff Act, which forbade the import of items that weren’t “plainly marked, stamped, branded, or labeled in legible English words.” Nippon is an English word approximating a pronunciation of the Japanese word for Japan, but in 1921, the word was ruled Japanese in origin, so Nippon was no longer accepted by U.S. Customs Agents. From then on, imported Japanese china was stamped Japan.


Item #03-03b


The Price for Each Bowl:  $20




I believe age makes simple objects more beautiful.  And the magic of Antiques & Vintage is the magic and sweetness that attaches itself to objects passed from one set of hands to another. Thank you for adding a lovely Antique or Vintage item to your collection, each  personally sourced by The Curious Cowgirl herself. 

I love scouring Flea MarketsAntique Shows and frequent Estate Sales, looking for the unique or interesting. I travel across the United States, and even Europe, collecting Antiques and Vintage.

It’s easy to incorporate Antiques and Vintage into daily living.  From home decor to clothing to table decorations, I’ll show you how to mix Antiques and Vintage with Modern decor to create unique looks.

Thank you for shopping with me!  And check back often!  I’m always on the hunt and adding new goodies (if I don’t keep them for myself)!



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