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Sugar Bowl with Lid, RC Royal Crockery, Noritake, Bone China, Vintage

Sugar Bowl with Lid, RC Royal Crockery, Noritake, Bone China, Vintage

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  • Pattern:  RC Stamp N1427
  • Made in Japan by Noritake
  • Vintage: 1926-1946
  • Details:  This one of the most adorable sugar bowls we've seen in a while, the pictures do not fully represent the beauty of this piece.  The pattern is very rare and very old.  It consists of pink and red roses with tiny bluish/purple flowers.  The flowers are surrounded by leaves in varying colors from green, to blue, to golden yellow against a bright white bone china.   It has a gold rim as well as other gold details on the handles, foot and lid.  Overall a very sweet, delicate pattern.  If you like this pattern, we currently carry several other serving pieces including complete dinnerware sets.  Please browse our Dinnerware and Serveware collections.
  • Materials:  Fine Bone China
  • Dimensions:  5.25 inches in Diameter and 6.25 inches Wide including the handles.  The foot is 2.75 in Diameter.  The opening is 3.5 inches in Diameter and it is 2.75 inches Tall.
  • Condition:  Vintage - Used.  Excellent Condition.  There are no cracks, chips, or visible scratches on this piece.  Even the gold looks in very good condition.  Does not show signs of heavy use, just normal wear.  Please review all pictures and make sure you love this item before purchasing, we can't accept returns.  Please remember these are ANTIQUE and VINTAGE items, they are NOT new, every effort has been made to show any scratches, wear and tear and imperfections.  

The R.C. back stamp on this dinnerware goes back to 1908, it stands for Royal Crockery.  This specific mark, with the RC within a laurel leaf sprig, was created for the India and Southeast Asian market, and registered in India. Used for the first time in 1926 and through approx. 1946. Although the RC mark was reused after WWII, it was called "Rose China", in conjunction with "Made in Japan".

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