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Noritake Art Deco creamer and sugar bowl.

Posted by mama_goose (My Page) on
Sun, May 23, 10 at 22:13

I purchased this Noritake creamer and sugar bowl at a thrift store. Any ideas on the age, pattern or value? The pattern reminds me of something by Clarice Cliff. Similar pieces I've found on the internet list values from $10-$15 each (missing lid). I paid .69 for each piece.

Thank you.

Here is a link that might be useful: pics 13, 14 & 15


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RE: Noritake Art Deco creamer and sugar bowl.

It's hard top see the mark...is that "RC" to the left of the word Noritake?
If so it's likely early 20th Century...I think that mark was registered about 1910....but the records for the Morimura group are varied and sketchy.
My best guess is it's about 1910 to maybe 1920.
Don't know what it's worth with out a lid....but they sure are cute.....and I would pay $1.40 for those 2 pieces any day!
Linda C


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RE: Noritake Art Deco creamer and sugar bowl.

Thanks LindaC,

No 'RC' on the mark--just 'NORITAKE' over a laurel leaf-type circle, large 'M' in center, and 'MADE IN JAPAN' under that mark. LOL, anyone have an extra lid?


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RE: Noritake Art Deco creamer and sugar bowl.

I used to have the name and phone number of someone known as The Lid Lady....she specialized in stray lids....and if you found what you needed, she wasnt' cheap...but you had your lid.
It seems that when a piece broke people tossed out the lid...so extra lids are scarce.
Good luck!
Linda C


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