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Noritake Studio Collection bone china vase, 1976

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    Posted 1 year ago

    kwqd
    (877 items)

    This Noritake bone china vase is about 8.6" high. It is stamped on the bottom and came in the original presentation box with some documentation. It is in new condition but was made in 1976 according to the Noritake Collector's Guild web site. I am not sure if it is new old stock or has just been in some collector's closet for the past 44 years. It was only $9 so hard to pass up and was my first December purchase. Some of these 1970s Noritake Studio Collection vases had elaborate decoration but this one is pretty simply adorned with a black rim. Simple, but elegant. Also, according to the Noritake Collector's Guild site, this vase was made for domestic sale in Japan.

    http://www.noritakecollectorsguild.info/bstamps/

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    Comments

    1. Newfld Newfld, 1 year ago
      Gorgeous vase shows the fabulous Noritake quality, awesome red and so stylish
    2. jscott0363 jscott0363, 1 year ago
      This is BEAUTIFUL!!!
    3. kwqd kwqd, 1 year ago
      Thanks Jenni! Noritake makes nice pottery, for sure.

      Thanks jscott0363!

      Thanks for loving my Noritake vase Kevin, jscott0363, Jenni and aura!
    4. kwqd kwqd, 1 year ago
      Thanks dav2no1!
    5. kwqd kwqd, 1 year ago
      Thank you fortapache!
    6. racer4four racer4four, 1 year ago
      The glaze is outstanding.
      The perfection of this next to some of your freehand pieces would be a perfect reference for the dichotomy of Japanese craft.
    7. kwqd kwqd, 1 year ago
      Thanks for your comments, Karen! Yeah, it is pretty remarkable that a society which embraces the concept of wabi sabi also embraces the perfection embodied in this vase. I may do a comparison post someday!
    8. kwqd kwqd, 1 year ago
      Thanks RichmondLori and Blammoammo!
    9. kwqd kwqd, 1 year ago
      Thank you Hoot60 and SEAN68!
    10. kwqd kwqd, 1 year ago
      Thanks Thomas!
    11. kwqd kwqd, 1 year ago
      Vase finally arrived after being in the mail for 20 days. Updated photos.
    12. kwqd kwqd, 1 year ago
      Thanks for loving my Noritake vase Blammoammo!
    13. Ms.CrystalShip Ms.CrystalShip, 1 year ago
      Wow, this is gorgeous! Red being my favorite color,( Aries, fire sign). I apologize for the late response on your wonderful posts Kevin. This is the first day in weeks I am NOT leaving the house. If memory serves, Noritake has been around a very long time, right?
      You said it! Simple but Elegant!
    14. kwqd kwqd, 1 year ago
      Thanks for your comment and observations, Eileen! Yes Noritake has been around for a while. It was founded in 1904 the village of Noritake, Japan with express goal making porcelain for export to the West. Not as old as some Japanese kilns but now well into their second century. I suspect that they drew on many experienced artisans from other kilns in the beginning.

      https://noritakechina.com/noritake-history
    15. kwqd kwqd, 1 year ago
      Thanks SEAN68!

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