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    Spatterware

    Antiques Ceramics Porcelain Pottery Spatterware Spongeware

    Spatterware

    Spatterware is a rather broad term for pottery with colors that look as if they were spattered or sponged onto the surface. This type of pottery was crafted in England beginning around 1780 and is usually called spongeware in European circles. The base of these pieces is most often made from common earthenware, although creamware was used in some cases, according to Warman’s Antiques & Collectibles. Stoneware crockery with a similar look is sometimes called spatterware by collectors and dealers, so don’t be confused by this similarity in terms when researching your pieces. Make sure that what you have is...

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    Noritake China A Japanese Dish Company

    Antiques Ceramics Fine China Interior Decorating Japanese Noritake Porcelain

    Noritake China A Japanese Dish Company

    All about Antique Noritake China, A Japanese Dish Company. Whether it's elegant fine china for formal dining, or something more modern and casual, nothing sets your table apart like Noritake. Founded in 1876, Noritake has a long history of design brilliance that includes iconic patterns like Azalea, Savannah, Royal Orchard, 175, and many more. The company remains one of the world's largest and most well-known producers of tableware today. Explore our Noritake dinnerware selection to find the perfect patterns for your table and style. Noritake is a word frequently heard in collectible and antique circles. The origins of Noritake as...

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