Thanks so much.
I got these two:
which is perfect, and all I need.
Now that I see the mark, these are not as old as I first suspected, and date to the 1960s or 1970s.
This "GOLD IMARI" trade name on Japanese export porcelain was first registered in the US on the 1st of December 1959. The company was Arita Bussan Co., Ltd. Corp. Japan No. 8, 3-Chrome Iida-Machi, Higashi-Ku, Nahoya, Japan.
They are no longer trading under this name, by October 29, 1984, the brand had been abandoned.
The Japanese kanji character is 有 Yū
meaning "Yes" but can also mean "possess; have; exist; happen; occur",
so take your pick!
The bowls are nicely enameled with a combination of printed designs and hand painting and the diaper brocade border and gold trim are beautifully done.
Sadly, Japanese Arita Imari from this era is rather unappreciated by collectors at the moment and values reflect that.
If you were to sell the set at auction, or on line, they would fetch in the range of $120 - $180 for the set. They therefore have a retail or replacement value of $360 and is what you should insure them for.
I do hope this helps! And thanks for all your perseverance with the photos.
Please let me know if you would like any further information on this, I would be glad to.