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Noritake Somerset China, Svc. for 8

Suffolk Vintage, LLC

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Noritake Somerset China, Svc. for 8
Noritake Somerset China, Svc. for 8
Noritake Somerset China, Svc. for 8
Noritake Somerset China, Svc. for 8
Noritake Somerset China, Svc. for 8
Noritake Somerset China, Svc. for 8
Noritake Somerset China, Svc. for 8
Noritake Somerset China, Svc. for 8

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage; 1960s
Condition:
Very Good; one cup has a chip by the handle
Country of Origin:
Japan
Materials:
porcelain
Size:
10.5" W x 1" H
Color/Finish:
white/pink/gold/multi
Care:
other; Hand-wash.

Why We Love This

Noritake Somerset china service for eight manufactured from 1952 through '73. Includes eight each of dinner plates (10.5"Dia), cake plates (7.5"Dia), and bread plates (6.25"H), 12 each of saucers (5.5"Dia) and cups (3.75"Dia x 2"H), four each of berry bowls (5.5"Dia x 1.25"H) and soup bowls (7.5"Dia x 1.5"H), one sugar and creamer, a butter dish, a salt and pepper, a celery bowl, a vegetable bowl, a gravy bowl, and a platter. 65 pieces total.
As described by DNU - Suffolk Vintage, LLC

About DNU - Suffolk Vintage, LLC

Cindy Ewell has been a collector all her life. Even as a child she was forever finding trinkets and saving them for her little collections. As an adult, she has a passion for Victorian and rustic pieces as well as old china —especially teapots, and loves happening on old tools and horse tack out in the countryside. It's the combination of history and mystery in Ewell's collected pieces that she and her clients find so appealing.