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One of the most important contributions of Noritake china to the world of porcelain dinnerware was the development of lusterware. The earliest pieces of Noritake china bear the back stamp of the letter "M" encircled by a wreath, with the words "Hand painted." Pieces made prior to 1921 also bear the word "Nippon" . After 1921, "Japan" or "Made in Japan". . Immediately following world war II,  Japan was occupied by allied forces who directly reaped profits from its porcelain and other factories. Pieces of Noritake china from this period often bear the words "Occupied Japan" or "Made in Occupied Japan" beneath the backstamp. The manufacturer's presence has extended to Sugar bowls, cup and saucers, egg cups, coffee pots, Serving bowls, Cream Pitchers, jugs, Dinner plates, es sets, 12 pieces sets, restaurant sets, bred and butter plates, oyster plates, salad dishes, teapots, preserve jars, gravy boats, mixing bowls, creamers, cookie jars, water jugs, restaurantware,cheese dishes, oval bowls,chip & Dip sets, divided snack trays, divided serving dishes, covered sauce dish, coffeee sets, tea sets., Luncheon Plates, Dinner Plate, Dessert Plate, Butter Crock, Creamer, Centerpiece Pie ,Lg Mixing Bowl, 6 Qt Bowl, Lg Pour Bowl, Heart Chip & Dip , Lg Oval Platter, Muffin Pan, Necessary Plate, Rect Baker, Round Platter, Soup Tureen,Sugar Bowl, Teapot, Utilitarian Pie Pan, Cake Stand, Oval Baker, Basic Soup/Pasta bowl, Family Pasta
Bowl ,3 Qt Mixing Bowl, Pitchers, Chip 'n Dip, Molly Stark Pitcher,  After 1953, the traditional mark was revived, but with one difference: inside the wreath, where the "M" had been, the letter "N" appeared, beginning a period of increased pride in the unique characteristics of Noritake china.Noritake china is now one of the most prolific lines of porcelain dinnerware in the world, producing over five million pieces of china each month in factories in many different countries.



 

 

 

 

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