The first piece that we are reproducing in the "Forget-Me-Not" pattern was painted on a 4 1/2 inch tall white ware vase stamped "Noritake Nippon". Grandmother Ida only painted two pieces of whiteware from Noritake. The remaining pieces of her work were painted on Rosenthal, limouge, Bavarian, to name a few stamps.
Ida's Gold is a variation of Ida's Gift, and we currently have three pieces in this design, the two different sizes in the vase and the 4 ounce demitasse.
This sensational 10" cobalt blue vase was painted for my father for Christmas 1926. The inscription is "For My Darling Johnny Christmas 1926." Part of our Lindsay Collection, this stunning vase is hand-painted porcelain in a cobalt blue matte finish with 24 karat burnished gold grapes and vines.
The last item shown, the candy bowl, is decorated in 24 karat burnished gold and blue asters was painted in 1936. The "Michele" candy dish was painted for my father. To honor my first daughter-in-law, "Michele" I named it after her. You will love serving candies or nuts in this beautiful candy dish.