NORITAKE PORCELAIN SETS OF CHINA C1918 1941 221 PCS


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NORITAKE, PORCELAIN, SETS OF CHINA, C1918-1941, 221 PCS

NORITAKE, PORCELAIN, SETS OF CHINA, C1918-1941, 221 PCS:Consists of one set of green marked 'M' Noritake 1918 mark and include 18 dinner plates, 9 1/2" Dia; 12 salad plates, 8 1/2" Dia; 17 dessert plates, 7 1/2" Dia; 18 bread plates 6 1/2" Dia; 23 berry bowls, 5 1/4" Dia; 18 teacups; 21 saucers (unmarked); 6 cereal bowls, 5 3/4" Dia; 10 nut dishes, 3 3/4" L. x 2 1/4" W; 6 soup bowls, 7 1/2" Dia; 2 large oval serving trays, 16" L. x 12" W; 2 smaller oval trays, 11 1/2" L. x 8 1/2" W; 2 oval serving bowls, 8 1/4" L. x 4 1/2" W; 2 square serving dishes with pierced handles, 9" L. x 8" W; 2 square serving dishes with handles, 10" L. x 9" W; 2 oval vegetable dishes, 12 1/2" L. x 6 1/2" W; four salt and pepper shakers; 1 large serving bowl, 2 1/2" H. x 10" Dia; 1 sugar and 1 creamer; 1 small mustard pot with spoon; 1 gravy boat and ladle, 3" H. x 8 1/2" L. x 5 1/2" W; 2 oval serving bowls with pierced handles, 2 1/2" H. x 10 1/4" L x 7 1/2" W. 1 partitioned condimant dish, 2 1/2" H. x 10 1/2" L. x 8" W; 2 footed condiment dishes, 3" H. x 5 1/2" W. and 2" H. x 4 1/2" W; 1 compote, 5" H; 175 pcs of 'Green M' marked pieces. Gold marked 'M' #175 (1930-1941) includes 8 dinner plates, 10" Dia; 6 soup bowls, 8 1/4" Dia; 1 covered serving bowl, 5" H. x 11" Dia; 1 coffee pot, 7" H. x 8" W; 1 teapot, 6 1/2" H. x 10" W; 5 teacups; 3 coffee cups; 10 saucers; 1 gravy boat, 3" H. x 9 1/2" L; 6 bread plates, 2 salad plates, 8 1/4" Dia; 1 creamer and 1 sugar. 46 pcs. 221 pieces total.


Condition:
Good used condition. Most pieces show light to moderate wear to the gilt. Two berry bowls are chipped at the rim. One saucer is chipped at the rim. The mustard pot is chipped near the rim, and the accompanying spoon is non-matching and has small nicks overall.
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