Can someone identify please

q can someone identify please
  22 answers
  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Feb 21, 2018
    Is anything stamped on the bottom?

  • Rl06898607 Rl06898607 on Feb 21, 2018
    Depending on the size, maybe a soup turine (sp) or other serving dish....if smaller, a sugar bowl?

  • Betsy Betsy on Feb 21, 2018
    I was thinking a gravy bowl, of course depending on the size. It's in the Blue Willow type pattern, but I don't think it's Blue Willow.

  • Dfm Dfm on Feb 21, 2018
    I want to say transfer was popular in ww2 as giftware for the service men to take home to thier honeys. Japanese may be chinese. Is there a makers mark on the bottom? If not it may be a reproduction.

  • Betsy Betsy on Feb 21, 2018
    Also, I forgot to mention this, you can check this site: It may help. Good luck!

  • Tinyshoes Tinyshoes on Feb 21, 2018
    If there are markings on the bottom you may be able to look it up on the internet

  • William William on Feb 21, 2018
    So many different manufacturers of Blue Willow. You need to check the bottom for any makers marks or post a photo of the the bottom marks. Do a Google search for the maker.

  • Charline Charline on Feb 22, 2018
    It looks like Japanese blue transfer willowware. Go to the ebay site and put JAPANESE TRANSFERWARE in the search box. Good luck.

  • Bonniecameron Bonniecameron on Feb 23, 2018
    Looks like a Blue willow gravy boat

  • Cat Cat on Feb 23, 2018
    I THINK THIS IS "DELFT" blue willow pattern..Vegetable dish..

  • Andrew Bounader Andrew Bounader on Feb 24, 2018
    Yes, the willow pattern, the story is fascinating about lovers who turn into birds and fly off - Chinese / Japanese fairy tale / Fable. With an interesting twist...
    Here's the Wiki with the reference.

  • Theresa Rey Theresa Rey on Feb 24, 2018
    Blue willow pottery.

  • Tara Kotry Tara Kotry on Feb 24, 2018
    Looks like a blue willow soup tureen or serving dish

  • Sharyn Winick Sharyn Winick on Feb 24, 2018
    Could it be a finger bowl...looks to small to be a gravy boat. It could be any of the above patterns or maybe floblue?? not sure have to look on the bottom for markings

  • Carol Giauque Carol Giauque on Feb 24, 2018
    Looks like a Blue Willow sugar bowl or maybe a small serving bowl

  • Debbie Veloza Debbie Veloza on Feb 24, 2018
    Willow Ware?

  • Swan Road Designs Swan Road Designs on Feb 24, 2018
    Without knowing the dimensions it could be a soup tureen or a serving bowl. It is most decidedly Blue Willow, which is the oldest continuing china pattern in the world. At one time there were as many as 116 different manufacturers in many, many countries. At this time, there are less than 6 companies making this ever-popular pattern, Homer Laughlin in the United States and Johnson Brothers in England, along with a few others.

    If you can post a photo of the bottom so any markings or incised symbols can be seen, I could tell you much more. Dimensions would be helpful, too.

  • Shantelle Andrews Shantelle Andrews on Feb 24, 2018
    A butter dish

  • Kelly Kelly on Feb 25, 2018
    I have some of this pattern China in an old China cabinet that I have.I don't have one shaped like that, I do have sugar bowl, it round with a lid. Does this have a lid?

  • Nicole Lauzon Nicole Lauzon on Feb 28, 2018

  • Emily Emily on Feb 28, 2018
    It definitely looks like Blue Willow and a tureen of some kind. I have a huge collection of blue willow from many different makers. It is not a butter dish which would be very shallow on the bottom with a larger cover. My daughter collects pink willow. the Kovals have a book on china marks. It is not complete but is a great help to those who collect china.

  • Pegasus Pegasus on Jan 21, 2021

    You might also try They have alot of china patterns that you can compare to.