Noritake dining set

Aug 01, 2021. 05:26 UTC
Noritake Dining Set
Tiffany
United States of America

Acquired from
Other

For sale
Yes
Description

Very large set of early 1900 Noritake cream and gold china. I believe the mark is from 1918. There are a few small chips in a couple of cups. Dinner plates are 10" and dessert plates are 7". There are many extra pieces that I am not even sure what they are. There is a gravy boat, dinner and dessert round plates, square plates, cups and saucers, a large bowl with lid, and extras.

Provenance

Purchased from an estate sale. Everything else is unknown.

Answered within about 11 hours
Aug 01, 16:10 UTC
By Delia

Fair Market Value

$400 - $600 USD

Suggested Asking Price

$600 USD
What does this mean?

Hi Tiffany,

Thank you for contacting Mearto with your appraisal inquiry.
Please double check to make sure I got the right number of pieces matched up. If anything is off please let me know (lids aren't counted, standard industry protocol).
Based on the photos and information provided, and subject to examination, this is:

An antique 102-piece Noritake hand-painted and parcel gilt part dinner service for 12
In the Revenna pattern, made in Japan, bearing the Morimura "M" mark in use from 1921, comprising:
12 dinner plates
12 luncheon plates
11 salad or dessert plates
12 square ice cream plates
12 small bowls with 11 underplates
12 saucers
12 consomme bowls (two handled)
1 gravy boat with underplate
1 (cream) pitcher
1 covered sugar bowl
1 covered circular vegetable bowl
2 oval bowls
2 oval platters, different sizes
PROVENANCE: inherited
$400-600 for the set*
*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.

Tiffany rice Aug 01, 17:22 UTC

Hi Delia,

I added more pictures and separated the pieces. I marked in the picture which plates had only 11 instead of 12 in the setting. Otherwise, each set had 12 of each type. The total amount, not including lids, is 102. I did find a newer piece with a different marking and, I believe, an actual design number.

Thank you!
Tiffany

Delia Aug 02, 17:15 UTC

Thanks, Tiffany, you should be all set but please double check to make sure the numbers add up

Tiffany rice Aug 05, 19:50 UTC

This is perfect! Thank you so much!

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