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    Posted 2 years ago

    Marlean
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    Please help me identify this china pattern. I keep seeing photos of pieces saying it is Chevonia however, note the difference in my piece. There are 3 small, yellow flowers in the middle of the blue border between the large sprays (see the first photo attached). The Chevonia photos I keep finding (photo #3 I attached) have no flowers in the border, only the larger sprays. The back stamps are identical.
    Does anyone know the name of my pattern? Thanking you in advance.

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    1. fhrjr2 fhrjr2, 2 years ago
      There is a site called replacements dot com that will research the pattern for free. I have used them several times to identify patterns. They buy but for pennies and sell for a fortune but they do research free if you send them a picture of the item and the mark

    2. Gillian, 2 years ago
      Sometimes the answer is right in front of you:

      http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/134888-noritake-china-made-in-occupied-japan

      It has the three small flowers in the border. I do hope the above has not been posted before?
    3. Gillian, 2 years ago
      here is another one:


      http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/75489-noritake-china-made-in-occupied-japan
    4. Gillian, 2 years ago
      I re-loved this because it's been pushed down 4 pages. This is a first time CW'er and I would like to think they would see a reply as soon as after posting.

      It's just not possible to 'love' post after post after post all in the space of two minutes, imho that's a little unfair to new posters, or 'old' (sorry) posters, who may never see their item again. There is a box for email's to be sent when someone comments on an item, but not everyone ticks that box.

      Thank you for listening/reading.
      Gillian
    5. Marlean, 2 years ago
      Thank you Gillian, yes these photos are the same as my china. I saw all these older posts. My confustion though, the other photos of the very similar china do not have the 3 yellow flowers in the center of the border but are also called Chevonia. So I guess the real question is, did Noritake make two different, but very similar sets and they are both called the Chevonia pattern? I note when I looked at a site that had photos of literally thousands of Noritake china that they have a lot of very similar patterns, different names, but one has to look carefully at minute details to see the difference. For instance, the post about the Fiesta being the same as Chevonia - no it is not. Look closely at the details. I thank everyone for the effort.
    6. TallCakes TallCakes, 2 years ago
      so, you agree that this is the 'Fiesta' pattern as IDed by Replacements.com?
      certainly looks like a match to me
    7. Marlean, 2 years ago
      No ma'am. The Fiesta Pattern I find on Replacements.com doesn't look anything like the photos I posted. I tried to place a photo here but I can't. They show Fiesta as a gold pattern with a narrow, orangy trim around the edge and different style of flowers.
    8. TallCakes TallCakes, 2 years ago
      there are several Noritake Fiesta patterns over the years; this one looks to match:
      http://www.replacements.com/webquote/n__fie.htm
    9. Marlean, 2 years ago
      TallCakes, that is IT! Thank you so very much. Odd when I searched on Replacements for Fiesta, this one did not come up at all. It was a totally different pattern and no mention of different ones. Why does Noritake do that? Have several different patterns with the same name. Very confusing. But thank you again.

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