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What's left my Mom's Vintage Noritake bone chinaware.
Featuring a beautiful floral design with real gold trim.          
We used it only on Holidays. Some normal wear, a few pieces may have very small chips but most likely not... I would be happy to take more detailed pics and email them to you, as I am limited to only 10 pictures.
Pattern: "Blue Dawn" or possibly Chevonia.

Date: Unknown, but based on research, this is most likely to be pre-World War II dinnerware. As the M in the wreath mark was used from around 1914 to 1940. Noritake stopped importing to the United States in 1940. The M stands for "Morimura". (The Morimura brothers were early importers of Japanese goods to America.) 
As of the 1950s, they had replaced the M with an N for Noritake, and kept the colored wreath. 
Vintage, beautiful old China for a memorable table setting.                                                                                                                                                         

Please review all pictures, ask questions. 
Please contact me if you are getting more than 1 item, as I can package together to save on shipping charges.

19 pieces total: Sells For $150 with FREE shipping for the total set. Or;

1 set; of a teacup and matching saucer (saucer is 5 1/2") = $15 + shipping
4 extra saucers, 5 1/2"=$7 EACH (no teacups with them) + shipping.
5 bread & butter plates or dessert plates?  6 1/2"=$9 EACH + shipping.
5 plates. 7 1/2"= $12 EACH + shipping.
2  shallow bowl (fruit?) . 5"= $12 EACH + shipping.
2 cereal or dessert bowls (6" X 5" X 2" DEEP)= $15 EACH+ shipping.

**Contact me FIRST, to split the set up and I will make a separate listing for it. THANKS!




Serving Platter
Turkey platter
Japan art
Blue Dawn
bone china

1914-1940. 19 Various pieces left. Noritake Japan "Blue Dawn" or "Chevonia"

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