Several pieces of vintage Moss Rose porcelain china dinnerware from Japan. Moss Rose is a very old pattern originating in England and France. Many different Japan factories produced it for export to the USA from the 1930s through 1960s. This lot includes an 8 inch coffee (or tea) pot, a sugar bowl, 8" plate, 7-1/2" plate, and three footed teacup and saucer sets plus a fourth saucer. Most of the pieces aren't marked, but one saucer has a paper Made in Japan label, and the larger plate has a red M with crown Japan backstamp. It appears the coffee, sugar, cups and saucers are all from the same maker.
The sugar bowl lid has a chip at the lower back edge (last photo). All of the other pieces are in excellent condition with no damage. Only the plates have some very shallow, faint white stacking marks, barely noticeable. Price is for the set.