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Noritake & Nippon Porcelain Era Research Papers by Gary Bryant
Welcome to my World of Noritake Salad Ware

Hand Painted Fruit Salad BowlAfter years of collecting I have I believe almost obtained all the known Salad Bowls produced by the Nippon Toki Kaisha Limited (aka Noritake) 1930 to 1940 for the Australian and New Zealand Markets.

Collecting Noritake Salad Ware is not simply confined to the ‘Salad Bowl’.

Noritake also produced a range of other items, which complimented these wonderful hands painted Bowls.

Salad Bowls can often be found with a companion Mayonnaise or Whipped Cream serving set.

Other Salad ware accessories included the Pickle/Relish Tray, Chip and Dips, Celery Trays of various shapes and sizes and Dressing pourers.

Over time as I continue to collect and find new shapes and patterns I will provide supplements to my Papers about Noritake Salad Ware.

I would welcome from other interested Noritake Collectors their input so that I can continue to build a pictorial gallery for interested collectors to share with other like-minded collectors both here in AUNZ and throughout the world.

This article builds on the inital research by Karry-leeanne Fisher in her published book, Noritake for Australia and New Zealand, (c) 2006 K Fisher.

I wish to thank 'KL' for her contribution and guidance in this project and I look forward to discovering new salad bowls which may still be out there.

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A Guide to Noritake Salad Bowls for the Australian and New Zealand Market

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About Gary

My Name is Gary Bryant , I was born in a small town in NSW far to long ago for anyone to remember. After leaving school I began work in the Retail Industry and have now been in the Retail industry for 38 years. I haved lived in various places in NSW over the years but have resided in Qld since 1985

I have always had an interest in Antique china ( My Grandmother had some wonderful pieces ) but must admit my collection consisted of mainly english pieces. After the purchase of some Noritake on ebay, I realised the absolute quality and beauty of this china compared to the english equivilent. That is where my passion for collecting this wonderful quality china called Noritake began.

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