Collection of Noritaki Bone China, Probably Pre WW2

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Ceramics & Porcelain
wilmington, nc USA
Description from user:

Noritaki dinner plate 10", total of 6 but 2 have small chips Noritaki luncheon plateor salad [late, 8" x8" total of 9 but i has small chip Noritaki creamer with handle and spout 3" high, quantity of 1 very good condition Noritaki sugar bowl with handles and lid 5" height, quantity of 1 very good condition Noritaki oval vegetable serving bowl with handles 10-1/2 x 8 2-3/4" deep good condition Noritaki bread and butter plate 6-1/4" round flat, dessert, cake quantity of 4, 1 has small chip Noritaki soup bowl, two handled, 2-1/4" height, total of 9 all good condition Noritaki 5-1/4"fruit or dessert bowl, no indentation, could be saucer for soup bowl total of 11, all good Noritaki tea/coffee cup with indentation, 5-1/2" did, total of 5, 1 has small chip Noritaki saucer 5-1/2" with indentation for tea/cofffee cup or for 2 handled soup cup, total of 9, 1 has small chip Noritaki 6-1/2" salad plate we believe, no indentation, slightly rounded inward, total of 5, 2 with small chips

Answered within 2 days
By Delia
May 26, 15:51 UTC
Fair Market Value
$150 - $250 USD
Suggested Asking Price $300 USD
What does this mean?

Hi Barry,

Thank you for contacting Mearto with your appraisal inquiry.
Noritake porcelain dinner services are quite popular and there is no shortage of them on the market, so buyers can afford to be selective. Most large sets sell between $2-10 PER PIECE, with the higher end of that scale paid for large sets with a matching number of pieces. Because your set is so mismatched, and despite the condition, I'm afraid values for this will average between $2-4 per piece.
Based on the photos and information provided, and subject to examination, this is:

A vintage 61 -piece Noritake parcel gilt porcelain part dinner service
unattributed floral pattern, bearing the wreathed Morimura "M" mark in use from 1921, comprising:
6 dinner plate (10 inches diameter) (2 with small chips)
9 luncheon or salad plate (8 inches diameter) (1 with small chip)
5 dessert plates (6-1/2 inches diameter)(2 with small chips)
4 bread and butter plates (6-1/4 inches diameter) (1 has small chip)
9 double-handled soup bowls ( 2-1/4" height,) (all good condition)
11 fruit or dessert bowls (5-1/4 inches diameter (all good condition).
5 tea or coffee cups (5 1/2 diameter)( has small chip) with
9 saucers (5-1/2 inches)(1 has small chip)
1 cream pitcher (3 inches high) (very good condition)
1 sugar bowl (5 inches tall) (very good condition).
1 oval vegetable serving bowl (2-3/4 inches deep; 10-1/2 by 8 inches) (good condition).
CONDITION: see above
PROVENANCE: inherited
$150-250 for the set*
*represents a fair-market value for auction purposes; retail or asking price may vary.

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