Noritake began in 1878 when the Morimura brothers opened a store in New York selling Japanese antiques and pottery. The brothers became interested in the production of hard, glossy glazed European style porcelain. They added western-style dining sets to their collections in 1914. Noritake porcelain sets, bought years ago or left over from your grandparents, are valuable collection items. Today, Noritake continues to make fine porcelain in contemporary designs for America and other Western markets. Most designs produced in recent years can be washed in the dishwasher.
In some elegant home wares, Noritake China is the best place to visit. You can find hundreds of products in categories such as dinnerware, serving utensils, tableware, duvet cover and tail. Among the best sellers you can find ivory porcelain, white porcelain, bone china, everyday glassware, crystal handles, souvenirs, collections, tempo collection, color items and much more. there is.