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3" NORITAKE Creamer. Made in OCCUPIED JAPAN (1947-1952).


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During World War II, Noritake almost entirely stopped production of tableware. U.S. also banned Japanese imports. When the war ended in 1945, Japan had very little resources. Consequently, Noritake wasn't able to produce its high quality tableware. To preserve their brand, they marketed their products as Rose China. By around 1947, they returned to using their Noritake trademarks. Of course, from 1947-1952, all exports to the U.S. Had the required "Occupied Japan" back stamp. See Bob Page, Dale Frederiksen, and Dean Six. "Noritake: Jewel of the Orient". Page/Frederiksen Publication, North Carolina (2001).

PropertyDescription
Reference Number1364
Item ConditionPre-owned in very good condition. No cracks, chips, or scratches. Please see detailed pictures.
ThemeOccupied Japan Collectibles
Trading CompanyNoritake Company
Craft MediaFine China
MerchandiseCreamer
Subject MatterFloral Patterns
MaterialPorcelain
Origin-CountryJapan
Origin-IslandHonshu
Origin-RegionChubu
Origin-PrefectureAichi
Origin-TownNagoya
Original Box/PackagingNot included.
Measure 13" (height) x 5.75" (length) x 4.25" (width)
Total Weight7 oz
NotesNORITAKE CHINA M MADE IN OCCUPIED JAPAN (black, orange, green, pink)



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