Dating noritake china marks

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With the assistance of Noritake (Australia) Pty Ltd., we have prepared a simple pattern and date tableware guide to assist you. As we receive updated information from time to time from Noritake AU, we will add this information.

Patterns are listed in Alphabetical Order and can be accessed by clicking on the appropriate link below which will open in the window box beneath in a PDF document format.

That said, if the marks you find after Googling date your pieces to the 20's--they're still worth a little bit.

This mark was used on many different Noritake pottery pieces, not just the Blue Phoenix, that pattern mainly surfaced and was popular in the USA in the 1920's.


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