I picked up a homemade Hello Kitty pajama pant, and it is really nice. It’s actually got a sewing error, but the overall feel of the fabric and elastic is so good, it such a contrast to how flimsy stuff from the store has become.
I used to gather all kinds of books, but right now, am focusing on buying anything related to Japanese American history, particularly in Los Angeles.
I used to pick up a lot of computer books, but I’m far behind on those, and will just be reading those for now. Likewise, I need to plow through the statistics books I’ve bought.
That line: by NTK – Japan, means Nippon Toki Kaisha. That means Noritake. The Gladding McBean company of Los Angeles, California, produced the Franciscan line of china. Continue reading Nassau by Franciscan by Gladding McBean… by Noritake
It doesn’t say Noritake on it, but it’s from the company that makes Noritake. Noritake is the name of the city where the company, Nippon Toki Kaisha, operated. When they started exporting products to the US, they used the name Noritake along with the other names, and that eventually became the brand name. In 1981, nearly a century from the company’s founding, it became the brand name in Japan, as well.
RC means Royal Crockery. Continue reading RC Nippon Toki Kaisha – aka Noritake, what a unusual find!
This is a blog about my selling on ebay.
I had previously published a blog on ebay, but the site ended the blogging feature. Nobody read the posts. Well, not nobody, but it started out with dozens, and then dwindled to nothing. People weren’t going to ebay to read blogs. (Obvious.) Continue reading First Post