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Noritake Hand Painted Pagoda Vintage Creamer Pitcher

Noritake Hand Painted Pagoda Vintage Creamer Pitcher


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Regular price $40.00 CAD
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  • Used - Very Good

This beautiful and elegant vintage porcelain cream pitcher is a wonderful find from an estate sale. It features the old red Noritake stamp with the letter “M“ in the wreath mark on the bottom, which was used from around 1914 to 1940. Noritake stopped importing to the United States in the 1940s, making this creamer a rare and valuable piece.

The M stands for Morimura Bros., who were early importers of Japanese goods into the United States. The creamer is hand painted with gold and green dominating the colors, and features a pagoda on one side and a bird and tree on the other. This creamer is a stunning addition to any collection.

Measuring approximately 3.5 inches in height, this creamer is in excellent condition with no visible chips, cracks, or damage. Don't miss your chance to own this unique and beautiful piece of vintage Noritake history.

Product Care

Hand Wash

Shipping Package

Small Box


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