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China, Japanese Porcelain, Dessert Serving Plate, Noritaki Company, Japan, 1918 Green Maker's Mark

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# 17-393

China, Japanese Porcelain, Dessert Serving Plate, Noritaki Company, Japan 1918 Green Maker's Mark

Vintage serving plate, likely for desserts and sweets. Made by the Noritaki Company in the 1918's. Marked on the back with green maker's mark "Noritaki, M, Hand Painted, Nippon, Design Pat Applied For, Made In Japan as shown in picture #2. Art Deco style design in blue as seen in pictures #1 and #3. In good condition with no chips, cracks or blemishes, but there is a place that seems to have had something ground off from the back surface as shown in picture #4. Unknown if this is a factory second where a manufacturing flaw was ground off or perhaps some other reason. The mystery is left for the buyer. Note however that it is not readily visible nor does it detract from the usefulness of the plate. Still a very nice serving or accent piece for the table.

The Noritaki Company was originally started in 1876 as the Morimura Gumi Company selling Japanese antiques. In 1881 it was renamed Morimura Brothers and began to shift from retail operations to wholesaling pottery and porcelain ware. In 1904 the Nippon Toki Kaisha Co. was formed to produce fine china in Noritaki, Japan. By 1914 it started creating Western style dinner ware to compete with European producers. It was renamed the Noritaki Company in 1981. It now produces a variety of glass and porcelain based industrial goods in addition to it's tableware.

Size is 9 3/4 inches from handle to handle, 9 1/2 inches in general diameter, 1 inch deep
# 17-393

China, Japanese Porcelain, Dessert Serving Plate, Noritaki Company, Japan 1918 Green Maker's Mark

Vintage serving plate, likely for desserts and sweets. Made by the Noritaki Company in the 1918's. Marked on the back with green maker's mark "Noritaki, M, Hand Painted, Nippon, Design Pat Applied For, Made In Japan as shown in picture #2. Art Deco style design in blue as seen in pictures #1 and #3. In good condition with no chips, cracks or blemishes, but there is a place that seems to have had something ground off from the back surface as shown in picture #4. Unknown if this is a factory second where a manufacturing flaw was ground off or perhaps some other reason. The mystery is left for the buyer. Note however that it is not readily visible nor does it detract from the usefulness of the plate. Still a very nice serving or accent piece for the table.

The Noritaki Company was originally started in 1876 as the Morimura Gumi Company selling Japanese antiques. In 1881 it was renamed Morimura Brothers and began to shift from retail operations to wholesaling pottery and porcelain ware. In 1904 the Nippon Toki Kaisha Co. was formed to produce fine china in Noritaki, Japan. By 1914 it started creating Western style dinner ware to compete with European producers. It was renamed the Noritaki Company in 1981. It now produces a variety of glass and porcelain based industrial goods in addition to it's tableware.

Size is 9 3/4 inches from handle to handle, 9 1/2 inches in general diameter, 1 inch deep

Reviews

5 out of 5 stars
(47)
Reviewed by bluemopar
5 out of 5 stars
Jul 9, 2018
this is a nice chopper, got it sharpened very good steel, also packed well and on time
Antique two-handled rocking food chopper from the 1910's period

Reviewed by bluemopar
5 out of 5 stars
Jul 9, 2018
nice little oiler i can use it, packed well and on time too
Machinery Oiler, Antique Machinery, Made by the Essex Brass Corp. of Detroit, Michigan in early 1900's

Reviewed by Melissa Barton
5 out of 5 stars
May 31, 2018
Super sweet little plate for my kitchen wall! Love!
Collectibles, Vintage Connecticut Souvenir Plate, Gillette Castle, Unknown Maker of Japan, 1950's

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China, Japanese Porcelain, Dessert Serving Plate, Noritaki Company, Japan, 1918 Green Maker's Mark

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