Antique Noritake Marks
Identifying my Noritake China.?
I inherited some china from my grandmother and I can’t find the pattern of china on any website. It has a mark on the back and I am sure that it was made between the 40′s and 50′s. Is there any way to see if it is a fake? And should I take it to a antique shop? How do I find the right shop?
A good place to go to find the names of china patterns is Replacements, Ltd. Their web address is http://www.replacements.com
Antiques marks & appraisal – marks4antiques.com
Collectors Encyclopedia of Early Noritake Porcelain
Presenting a splendidly organized and illustrated book to simplify the identification of and search for heirloom sets of Noritake china. It consists of four sections showing some 700 patterns (1891-1953) with their backmarks, names and numbers, and hundreds of color photos. Offering several newly discovered patterns and adding significantly to the study of Oriental porcelains, this book will be a …
Early Noritake China: An Identification and Value Guide to Tableware Patterns
Early Noritake China: An Identification and Value Guide to Tableware Patterns…