Noritake Nippon Hand Painted Scenic Vase w/Poppies
In 1910 the first china products from the new company could leave Japan for the U.S. The first reported U.S. registry for a Noritake back stamp for importing is 1911. With the 1st World War came the understanding of the need for industrialization. The company soon undertook the production of necessary machinery for the use in its potteries and could, by the early 1920's, introduce assembly line techniques allowing for mass production of high quality, yet affordable, dinnerware."
This lovely Nippon vase, produced by Noritake circa 1920, features hand painted poppies in yellow and purple against a waterside landscape in aqua blue and green with touches of violet gray flanked by high-set Deco handles and rim accented with gold.
Condition is excellent, free from chipping, cracking, crazing, discoloration or restoration, with typical insignificant production flaws and very minor age-appropriate wear to the gold accenting.
Marked with the green Morimura wreath backstamp used circa 1911 - 1921.
H 5.5", W 3.5", rim 2.5", base 2.25".
Item ID: 1748
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