Dating coro marks
“Cherry Blossom Hand Painted Nippon”, found in blue (shown), green & magenta.
Corocraft, Vendome and Francois were the better and higher priced lines.Corocraft was often sterling vermeil, and the pieces that incorporated both rhinestones and enameling are truly spectacular.The "Day and Night" pieces are true works of genius with fascinating mechanisms that allow the pieces to move.If you are having a problem identifying a Nippon mark, feel free to use this link to contact us through e Bay & we’ll be happy to help you as much as we can. Sorry – we can’t leave our email address here – there’s just too many spam bots. “Royal Nishiki Nippon”, made for the domestic Japanese market since 1906. We have also seen many Royal Nishiki items marked with “Hand Painted” in blue and a numbering system in blue as well (example: #24/250). “Royal Sometuke Nippon”, made for the Japanese domestic market since 1906.