Five pieces of Japanese Geisha Girl Porcelain, some with damages, as described below and shown in the photos.
Geisha Girl porcelain was produced in Japan in the late 1800's through about 1920. Geisha Girl pattern is most commonly has scenes of Japanese life, gardens and temples. All have small figures in traditional Japanese dress. The patterns were stenciled and hand painted in red-orange and shades of green and blue with touches of other colors. There were many patterns and pieces made.
Included here is:
1. Pitcher, 4 1/2" high and 2 1/2" across the base. No damages noted.
2. Demitasse cup - 2 7/8" high, 2 1/8" across base - chip near handle as shown
3. Bowl - 3 1/2" across, 1 3/4" high - no damages noted
4. Saucer - 4 7/8" across, chip on underside, hairlines on reverse
5. Egg Cup - 2 1/4" high, 1 3/4" across - chip on rim
All damages are minor,and the pieces still display well.
As with all Geisha Girl porcelain, there is a great variation in the quality of the painting.