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Posted 6 years ago

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this little condiment set was my very first purchase of Noritake. i thought they were for a child's tea set...lol...it wasn't until later that i found out they were supposed to be this size. i got them at the swap meet and after i paid the seller for them, he grabbed them up and tossed them in a bag. once i got home and i took them out of the bag i noticed one of the shakers had broken!! i was sooo upset and i still am. i did some looking on line and found out that there is supposed to be a little porcelain spoon and matching tray for this adorable set but the seller did not provide them. now i am on the lookout for a spoon and a matching tray but i have not seen them ....yet. thanks for looking and love this site!


  1. AmberRose AmberRose, 6 years ago
    Oh my goodness I would still be upset too! I'm still ticked at the vendor at the farmers market who snuck in rotting peaches to my bag...much less something like this!
  2. bobogal bobogal, 5 years ago
    I feel for you! I've done some accidental damage to some of my ceramic pieces myself and I feel your pain :(
  3. jrfm410, 5 years ago
    thank you for your kind comments and 'yes' I am much more careful now when I am making purchases...these tiny pieces are still my fav's but still no luck on finding the matching tray...yet, I have seen the right tray but in the wrong color so there is still hope I may one day find it...once again, thank you for your kind comments...love this site!

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