Noritake porcelain lusterware serving dish, 7 1/2" diameter luster ware bowl with two side handles. It measures 10 1/8" from handle to handle. Backstamp is Noritake mark #27, in green. Per Joan Van Patten’s book Noritake Second Series, the letter M stands for the Morimuras. The Noritake Company says that the country of original mark “Made in Japan” was used as early as 1918.
Due to the artistic merit of the flower and choice of colors this dish would date to the 1920's. Definitely hand painted by a talented artist. The yellow roses are realistic and careful attention to detail was given by artist when hand painted. The deep rich metallic blue luster border is outlined in black and also has black border delimiters.
This Noritake lusterware bowl exhibits excellent workmanship, has realistic hand painted decoration, is in near MINT condition and based on the underside appears to have never been in use. The iridescent finish and luster are perfect. The color combinations are bold and appealing. Three pin head size dimples in basin, occurred in firing process. See photos
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