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    Posted 7 years ago

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    I have this beautiful set of Noritake China handed down from a great great Aunt - the back shows the Noritake emblem with 'Made in Occupied Japan' - i have done some research and appears to be from 1947, however, I can find nothing that tells me about the pattern or name of pattern or pattern number for this, and hoping someone in this group can provide me with more information – and approximately how much it is worth. appreciate it - thanks!

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    1. Vintagefran Vintagefran, 7 years ago
      I love that it says 'occupied Japan'.
    2. thebam1332, 7 years ago
      go to they have a lot of patterns and you can search by pictures to get the pattern name
    3. jeanc47, 6 years ago
      I have a similar pattern and have been trying to find out names also. I believe I saw your pattern today and it might be called "Ruby Lane", I am not positive but you might try that name. I remember seeing that pattern because at first I thought it might me mine. I also have 3 flowers, one yellow in the middle and 2 pink on either side. My plate has also the scrolls but not the bluish or grayish below the flower holder. Mine is gold rimmed with the scrolling in the middle of the dish. I'm still looking but I think there were many patterns in 1947.
    4. jeanc47, 6 years ago
      Ooops, I just double checked and Ruby Lane looks like the name of the website. It's called Ruby Lane, vintage begins here....but the pattern they have shown there looks like it might be your pattern. It's described as a Rose China with Gold. Maybe you could contact them for more info'. E-bay also has quite a few Occupied Japan Noritake patterns there.

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