Occupied Japan UCAGCO hand painted tea pot with a wild rose decoration and no wear, damage, or repairs to either the pot or the lid. The pot would have been made between the beginning of the US occupation of Japan at the end of WWII and April, 1952, when the occupation was officially ended. The maker's mark on the bottom is that of UCAGCO China. AS I said, there is no wear of any kind to any part of this pot or it's lid. This tea pot is 7 inches tall to the top of the finial, 7 1/4 inches spout to handle, and 2 3/4 inches across the bottom. The mouth is 1 5/8 inches in diameter.
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