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Your plate with handle is referred to as a ‘tidbit’ plate. The host can offer small bites of food to their guest while holding the little finger handle.
The decoration on it of a cottage on a lake during a sunset was hand painted. It was a popular design on Japanese export ware.
The red Noritake mark with Made in Japan dates your tidbit plate to circa 1920’s - 1930’s.
On today’s market, this sells for a high average of $10 - $20. The suggested insurance or replacement value is $35.
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