What does the M mean on Noritake china? 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.) After the war, several years went by before Noritake […]
Beautiful hand painted Cup and Saucer by Lefton China
Blue Paisley Pattern.
Has markings of crown and is numbered 2339
The shades of blues are just lovely on this piece … Very nice … The gold colored accents are very pretty.
Saucer measures 5 ½ inches diameter.
Cup is 4 inches diameter and 2 ¼ inches tall.
Condition is good … No chips or cracks and gold is in good condition
Ceramic Water Pitcher.
The manufacturer is unknown to us.
Water Pitcher is beautiful.
Flowers are very intricate and in fabulous detail.
Finish is natural, no coatings.
This pitcher can be displayed as is or if you have the talent, it would be painted as a craft project.
Condition is like new. No visible signs of use or wear.
8 inches tall and 7” wide.
Metal stand is of a gold colored casting which shows some signs of wear.
The wear actually enhances the antique appearance.
The stand is attached to the glass with a screw.
6 3/4″ tall
Bowl is 6″ diameter and 3″ deep.
No cracks, chips or scratches in the glass.