Subject:Re: unread japanese porcelain mark
Posted By: Martin Michels Thu, Mar 07, 2019
The mark reads: Eiwa 英和 Ratsu 剌 in Japanese (provided it is Japanese). Eiwa is a female first name according the Japanese Kanji Name Dictionary.
But 英 (ei) can also mean: England or English and 和 (wa) can mean: harmony; Japan: Japanese style; peace; soften.
And 剌 (ratsu): opposed or biased.
So the exact meaning is unknown to me.
Also, it looks like it reads WA or AW above the 3 Kanji characters,
As for date: 1960's-1970's in my opinion.
But perhaps others have bettter ideas.