We are offering for auction a Noritake China Occupied Japan serving bowl. This bowl measures approximately 10.5âe across and 7.75âe wide. The outer rim has a fine gold band, then a half inch of green with outlined vines, then another gold band. T are four bouquets of multi-colored flora. I describe this because t are so many patterns that look alike with only a few slight variations in the patterns. The mark underneath reads, NORITAKE CHINA âeoeMâe MADE IN JAPAN .858. Mark: Letter "M as in "Morimura" surrounded by a wreath with ribbons, crowned by "Noritake China " in capitals was registered already in 1933. The use of the Noritake brand name in combination with Occupied Japan dates this plate quite firmly to the 1948-1952 periods. This mark should have been the one replacing the "Komaru" mark (#870, 871). T are no chips, cracks, or repairs of any kind. They look as if they have never been used only stored away. Please be sure to view our other auctions as we discount shipping fees when two or more items have been purchased from us. We have more of this Noritake pattern being offered in other Ebay auctions at this time. T is a 100% money back guarantee if the items are not as described. Buyer is to pay shipping fees. We accept paypal, money orders, and cashier checks. I ship promptly upon receiving payment. Thanks for looking.
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