Antique Japanese WW1 Soldier Encampment Glass Dish
This is a rare antique Japanese glass dish, decorated with a picture of a soldier standing in front of an encampment, with a pair of rifles on the left and a field gun on the right. The words on the dish are "Great Japanese Empire" "War Victory Commemoration". This phrase is used for the victory in WW1. The company making this dish is called "Seishosha", written in English on the dish. The dish is made of glass.
Condition: There are some small manufacturing defects, including extra pieces of glass, air bubbles, etc
Size: 5" across