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    Noritake china stamp

    Hello to everybody.
    I came across Noritake set. I found information on internet regarding that stamp that is was used in 1918. Can anybody please give me more information regarding pattern name, value and rarity.
    Thank you.
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    As Don’s link says, that mark was registered in 1918 but wasn’t in use until the early 1920s and continued to be used until around 1940. The absence of any pattern number on your pieces (as far as I could see) likely puts them into the earlier part of that period.

    ‘replacements.com’ simply lists the pattern as “Cobalt Blue” but with an unknown date (note that the pattern numbers they use are for their own stock purposes and not the original Noritake pattern numbers) and they’re not currently in stock, so there is no price indication.

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    The Noritake company maintains a comprehensive database of know patterns and if you contact them I’m sure they will be able to help (although they won’t comment on value):

    https://noritakechina.com/

    It seems not to be a common pattern, but that doesn’t make it valuable. Apart from prestigious solo pieces, what most Noritake collectors want is a pattern for which they can readily find other pieces to accumulate a bigger set.
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    An unidentified coin is a piece of metal. An identified coin is a piece of history.

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    BTW, The M in the wreath mark was used from around 1914 to 1940. Noritake stopped importing to the United States in 1940. The M stands for Morimura. (The Morimura brothers were early importers of Japanese goods to America.) After the war, several years went by before Noritake started to supply dinnerware to the US again.
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    Thanks to everybody for help and advises.

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    unitone,
    Welcoime to treasurenet !!
    Don..

 

 

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