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Trying to identify a noritake lusterware patten, it has an

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Trying to identify a noritake lusterware patten, it has an orange hue, blue and red butterfly ands blue flower
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Appraisals
Expert:  Rarewares replied 1 year ago.


Lustre ware was a series of different hand painted designs over the orange and blue lustre glazes, so there were no pattern names or numbers for these designs. Lustre ware was made by Noritake and other Japanese studios in the 1930's in very large quantities to be imported to the American market. A tea and dessert set in this pattern with six to twelve cups has a value of $150 to $175.00.

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