10 piece place setting and serving

Jun 26, 2020. 10:18 UTC
10 piece place setting and serving
United States of America

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Noritake Made in Occupied Japan I cant I’d the pattern



Answered within 30 minutes
Jun 26, 10:48 UTC
By Delia

Fair Market Value

$75 - $100 USD

Insurance Value

$175 USD
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Good morning, Helen,

Thank you for contacting Mearto with your appraisal inquiry. So that I may best assist you, can you please tell me which pieces are in each place setting (dinner plate? luncheon plate? salad/dessert plate? bows? cups & saucers?); also do you have any serving pieces (platters, tureens, covered or uncovered bowls, also a tea pitcher, creamer and sugar bowl)?


Helen pearce Jun 26, 13:16 UTC

Dinner o, Desert11, saucers 11, cups 9, bowls7 salad 12, soup Tourine, Creamer, sugar, gravy, serving Bowl, small and large Platter

Helen pearce Jun 26, 13:17 UTC

Dinner 9

Delia Jun 26, 13:26 UTC

Thanks, Helen, for the piece count.
Based on the information and photos provided, and subject to examination, this is:

A vintage 65-piece Noritake parcel gilt part dinner service
unidentified pattern, Bears "Komaru" symbol crowned by "Noritaké" in handwritten logotype format and below "Made in Occupied Japan". This mark seems to have been used only for one year, in 1947
9 dinner plates
12 salad plates
7 bowls
11 dessert plates
9 cups with 11 saucers
1 soup tureen
1 cream pitcher with 1 sugar bowl
1 gravy boat
1 serving bowl
1 large platter
1 small platter
*represents a fair-market value for auction purposes; retail or asking price may vary.

Please let us know if you have additional items to appraise, and thank you again for using Mearto

Helen pearce Jun 26, 15:03 UTC

So the $$ I paid was for one appraisal for the whole set?

Helen pearce Jun 26, 15:05 UTC

I’m confused on $85 fee I paid.

Helen pearce Jun 26, 15:06 UTC

You don’t have any additional info on the name of the pattern?

Helen pearce Jun 26, 15:09 UTC

So can I have you appraise 4 other items at no additional cost?

Delia Jun 27, 12:35 UTC

Without a pattern number it's impossible to search the hundreds if not thousands of patterns produced by Noritake.

I don't see other items submitted for appraisal. Each appraisal costs $19 so if you paid $85 yes, you are entitled to additional appraisal but they need to be submitted.

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