1920s Art Deco Japanese Lusterware NORITAKE Porcelain Wall Pocket. The most sought after era of Noritake Lusterware porcelain is the mid 1920s art deco period designs conceived of by designers in the USA but executed by the fine porcelain makers and painters in Japan. This design, a gorgeous hand executed exquisite exotic bird, the cockatiel image is sophisticated and the opposite diametrically to 'busy' grandmotherly other kinds of porcelain from the era. Much orange lusterware undecorated surface makes for a Stylized, sophisticated clean lined and sought-after piece of art deco porcelain. This example has the green m-in-wreath marking, and the rear surface is unglazed, while the front is lustrous glimmering orange lusterware with painted detail accomplished by airbrushed and hand painted techniques. Approximately 8 inches tall by 4 inches wide and its widest point tapering down to 1" at the terminus. Hole on back for hanging on the wall filled with water for small floral arrangements. Approximately 1" thick. Excellent vintage condition.
1920s Art Deco Japanese Lusterware NORITAKE Porcelain Cockatiel Wall Pocket