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Noritake China99 of 136Noritake China "Hand Painted" Bowl "The Lorraine"Beautiful Noritake Gold trimmed and gold scrolled decorative set never been used
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    Posted 8 years ago

    ursulaharg…
    (4 items)

    I found those China dishes in a storage unit. Made by Noritake. Beautiful fine china and colors. Don't know much more about it. I tried to find out more information but nothing nothing like this crossed my way. The little dishes are only about 2" in diameter. I assume they are for sauces like Wasabi????They are in pristine condition. No cracks or chips. wonderful artist

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    1. maryh1956 maryh1956, 8 years ago
      Beautiful! The mark dates from the 1920-40's, Morimura Brothers. Noritake pieces were generally made for the American market, so are probably open salts. Nippon collector's society may be able to help with the pattern identification.
    2. maryh1956 maryh1956, 8 years ago
      I just saw the patter, that's funny that the Japanese artist thought peanuts grew on vines!
    3. maryh1956 maryh1956, 8 years ago
      pattern!
    4. rjkinkent, 8 years ago
      I think the pattern suggests that this is a nut set, rather than salts.
    5. ursulahargreaves ursulahargreaves, 8 years ago
      Once again "Thank you all" for your information. All very helpful and very interesting. Thanks
    6. maryh1956 maryh1956, 8 years ago
      I think a little too small for nuts

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