Dating noritake china

At Noritake Australia, we specialize in supply of currently manufactured Noritake designs in Australia and thus are more than happy to assist in providing information about our ongoing designs.For instance, if you are after a design that is currently manufactured for Australian market, we can offer Care & Handling information, current recommended retail price, stockists and so on.Therefore, back stamps were changed to “Japan” or “Made in Japan”. The early Noritake back stamp of the letter “M” in a wreath and the words “Hand Painted” was used from around 1914 to 1940. Noritake quickly learned American mass marketing techniques.In 1910 the first china products from this new company were ready for export to the U. As a general rule, the earliest dinnerware plates were decorated with a lot of gold because it was thought that this would have great appeal to the U. From the late 1920s throughout the 1930s and until the bombing of Pearl Harbor on Dec.Based in Pomona QLD, China Matching Service specializes in replacing pieces of dinnerware and teaware.Their website is easy to navigate and great selection of brands to choose from.

However, as much as we love to assist our customers in learning more about Noritake, there is a limitation to the information and service we can provide.

This site is maintained by Noritake Collectors Society which is a group of collectors and dealers interested in Noritake ‘fancyware’ which is a decorative porcelains produced during 1910s to 1950s.

Mom has a Noritake tea set that was bought in Japan in the mid to late 1950s.

You may want to contact them if you are looking to find out the value of your Noritake.

NORITAKE COLLECTORS SOCIETY ( Want to share your love for Noritake with fellow Noritake fans?If you are unsure whether the Noritake you own is discontinued, feel free to contact us and we can advise whether it is a discontinued or ongoing design.


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