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VASE...Nippon Porcelain Hand Painted AntiqueVase - $50 (Lanoka Harbor)

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This vase is 12 inches tall...Please check out the crack that was repaired on the top.

The 1891 McKinley Tariff Act required imports sold in the United States to be marked with their country of origin. Japanese-made goods were labeled "Nippon," the Japanese word for Japan, until a 1921 U.S. law required the English word "Japan." Thus, "Nippon" isn't a single manufacturer; it's a generic term for mass-produced Japanese exports made between 1891 and 1921

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