Extremely Rare Noritake Nippon Toki Kasha Covered Serving dishes Circa 1924
These covered serving dishes are extremely rare, I have researched them and was unable to find any other examples of this pattern, the name of the pattern is not known. These dishes are marked "Made in Japan" and have what is described as a Cherry Blossom hallmark, this mark was apparently used by companies sub-contracted by the Noritake company in 1924, to produce fine porcelain or china for the USA market, (this information is from internet research and may or may not be accurate).
These Beautiful serving dishes are used and do have wear including scratches, worn gilding , paint blemishes or flaws, chips and flea bites, but considering their age, I would say they are still in very nice condition.
These dishes are adorned with colorful floral sprays in baskets on top of a cream colored band and have a blue & yellow braid edge.
The oval serving dish is 12" (handle to handle) x 7 ¾" wide and 4 ¾" high to the top of the lid handle. There is a small chip on the lid edge( near the main dish handle) and a worn spot in the glaze on the underside of the dish.
The round serving dish is 10 ¼" wide (handle to handle), 8 ½" in diameter and 4 ¾" high to the top of the lid handle. This dish has a chip on the underside of the lid (about ¼" in size), this is not really seen when placed on the dish.
These dishes have been separated from their family and need to be reunited. If you have this pattern of or just like them, please give these lost pieces a loving home where they can adorn your table and be enjoyed for many years to come.
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