A wonderful vintage round lidded vegetable or serving dish in the Coupe pattern that was made by Noritake China in Japan circa 1930. The pattern features a black band, gold flowers an leaves on an off-white or cream colored background. The very bottom on the bowl is white, while the sides are an off-white with a fine gold line of trim. The floral band around the top edge is gold and has a black band beneath it. A very handsome pattern by Noritake, a well-known Japanese maker of fine china. This covered serving bowl has a bit of an Art Deco flair - the top knob is at an angle and it is a low sleek shape.
12" across from end of handle to end of handle. It is 4 1/2" high to the top of the knob on the lid.
lid - 8 1/4" diameter
bowl - 9" diameter without the handles
In nice vintage condition with little wear to the gold trim - looks very nice, especially for its age.
Gold Hallmark with an "M" for Morimura in a wreath, crowned by "NORITAKE CHINA" and below "Made in Japan". This mark dates the piece to the 1930s.
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