Noritake

Noritake

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Noritake Colorwave Graphite - 4 piece...

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Noritake Colorwave Graphite 16 Piece...

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Noritake Spectrum 5-Piece Place Setting

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Noritake Colorwave Round Vegetable Bowl, Graphite
by Noritake
List Price:   $72.00
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Amazon.com Review
Noritake Colorwave sets a table with clean, modern, no-frill lines. The combination of glossy white glazed interior and matte exterior, devoid of decoration, looks and feels spectacular in its simplicity. This particular serving bowl in Graphite features a compelling dark charcoal-gray exterior, although the beauty of this particular collection is...

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The Story of Noritake

In the late 19th century, Japan was called on by the West to open its doors to trade. Baron Ichizaemon Morimura seized this opportunity to begin importing china and other unique Japanese gift items to the United States through his trading company in New York City. The demand for Japan's fine china led Morimura to build a factory for dinnerware production in Noritake, a suburb of Nagoya, Japan, in 1904; it eventually became known as the Noritake Company. It took about 10 years before the factory was able to create porcelain that would hold up to export, and the earliest dinnerware was handpainted, using precious gold in its design. During the industrial revolution of the 1920s, Noritake began to use emerging technologies to mass produce its china and make it more affordable to the average consumer. Noritake also developed some of its own manufacturing machinery and tools, such as electronic components and grinding wheels for polishing china, and the company still operates an industrial division to market these tools to other manufacturers. Today the 100-year-old Noritake Company has factories all over the world and supplies hotels, restaurants, and private owners with its superior chinaware.

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