I have the whole set minus the vegetable bowl. It was given to me by my Mother who told me she purchased the set in the 1950’s while stationed in Okinawa Japan with my Father who was in the Army. The set includes; 11 saucers, 11 cups(. 2 different sizes), 6 of the finger bowls or sauce plates, the relish tray, the creamer and sugar bowls, 6 dinner plates, the oval platter, 5 desert plates, 6 bowls.
All stated on the previous page.
Good morning, Cindy,
Thank you for contacting Mearto with your appraisal inquiry.
Noritake China has been popular for more than 100 years and while some of the larger truly antique or vintage sets bring good money at auction (the values Mearto provides are for auction), sets made in the late 20th century generally bring $1-2 per piece. The 'N' mark on the underside of your set indicates that this was made after 1986, so I am wondering if all of the pieces have that mark or if they have a different mark and the mark is on a piece that was bought later, as a replacement?
Based on the photographs and information you provided, and subject to examination, this is:
A 49-piece Noritake China part dinner service, partial place setting for 6, with some losses
Pattern #1357, comprising:
6 dinner plates
5 dessert plates
6 soup bowls
6 sauce or finger bowls (possibly for consomme?)
11 cups (probably a combination or coffee and demitasse)
PROVENANCE: according to client, purchased by mother in Okinawa in the 1950s
*represents a fair-market value for auction purposes; retail or asking prices (such as seen on eBay, 1stDibs, Replacements, Ruby Lane or Chairish) may vary.
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