Noritake china

Nov 27, 2021. 13:16 UTC
Noritake China
United States of America

Acquired from

For sale

Fine china



Answered within 3 days
Nov 30, 12:32 UTC
By Delia

Fair Market Value

$515 - $785 USD

Suggested Asking Price

$785 USD
What does this mean?

Hi Paul,

Thank you for contacting Mearto with your appraisal inquiry.
Based on the photos and information provided, and subject to examination, this is:

A vintage 90-piece Noritake parcel gilt porcelain part dinner service
in an unattributed green floral pattern, made in Japan, mid 20th Century, comprising:
12 dinner plates
12 bowls large
12 bowls small
12 salad plates
12 bread and butter plates
11 tea cups with 11 saucers
1 cream pitcher
1 covered sugar bowl
1 gravy boat with underplate
1 large serving platter
2 serving dishes
1 covered tureen
1 serving bowl with gilt handles
PROVENANCE: inherited
$400-600 for the set*

Five service pieces in Ivory and pink
various makers
2 large serving platters, 2 medium platters, Small bowl

A four-piece floral decorated set
two bowls, two plates
various makers

*represents a fair-market value for auction purposes; retail or asking price may vary.

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Paul spingola Dec 01, 14:13 UTC

Need to unpack box and will get the inventory soon - thanks

Delia Dec 01, 17:31 UTC

No hurry on our end but I'll do it ASAP once I have the listing

Paul spingola Dec 04, 21:13 UTC

Green floral:

11 tea cups
Gravy boat and saucer
Sugar dish with lid
Serving platter large
Serving dish-two
Covered serving dish- could hold soups
Serving bowl- gold handles
12 dinner plates
12 bowls large
12 bowls small
12 salad plates
12 small plates
11 saucer plates

Ivory and pink:
2 large serving platters
2 medium platters
Small bowl

Floral set:
2 bowls
2 plates

Paul spingola Dec 04, 21:14 UTC

Here is the inventory and I added some additional pictures

Delia Dec 06, 12:43 UTC

Thanks, Paul,
Didn't realize this was a combination of different patterns/makers.
Can you confirm that the Noritake is all the Green Floral?
Which mark belongs to the ivory/pink or floral pieces?
Much appreciated,

Paul spingola Dec 06, 18:34 UTC

The Noritake is all the Green Floral. The remaining marks are on different pieces of the ivory/pink floral pieces.

Delia Dec 07, 01:23 UTC

Thanks, Paul. You're all set.

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