Noritake Very Large 4 Piece Jam Set Beautiful Deco Floral Motif Tan Gold Lustre

Category Pottery & Glass Pottery & China China & Dinnerware Noritake

Current price $44.95

Buy It Now price $58.50

Listing type Chinese

Location Lenoxville, Pennsylvania 184** US

Quantity sold 0

Quantity available 1

Bids 0

Seller victorvictoriana (1903)

Seller rating 99% positive feedback

Style Art Deco

Original/Reproduction Antique Original

Object Type jam set

Color Multi-Color

Company Noritake

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This is one of the most beautiful jam sets I've ever come across, and it is quite large by Noritake jam set standards. Most probably from the Art Deco Noritake period, this four piece jam set, consisting of the lid, the jam jar, the underplate and the ladle, has as its main decorative motif, a multi colored floral spray, the largest being pastel pink flower, set against a shimmering tan lustre/luster background. The lid has a geometric black and blue design, which mimics that which is on the underplate, but the lid has the addition of a yellow flower and green moss like foliage. The lid has a brilliant gold lustre handle and the ladle and the handles are trimmed in gold as well. The jam measures 5.25" tall and the underplate is 6.5" in diameter. This set is in excellent condition, with no visible chips, cracks, hairlines, fleabites or repairs. It is marked on the bottom with the standard Noritake M in Wreath backstamp in Maroon, mark #27.2, the mark Noritake reserved for it's finest pieces. The ladle is marked as well. White spots, if any, are camera glare. Successful buyer is responsible for shipping and insurance and payment must be received within ten (10) business days of the close of the auction or the sale may be voided. Thanks for your interest and good luck!
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