Noritake Dinner Plates 10 1/2" "Imperial Garden" Pattern 9720 - Set of 8

Noritake Dinner Plates 10 1/2" "Imperial Garden" Pattern 9720 - Set of 8

Regular price $95.00


Product Description:  Known for elegance and quality to customers around the world since the early 1900's, this set of eight Noritake 10 1/2" dinner plates in the lovely Imperial Garden pattern was introduced in 1979.  It features soft pink and blue floral, green foliage with a geometric braided and floral band at the top.  Highlighted with platinum trim, this is just another exquisite pattern by Noritake.  

Care:  Hand Wash Only, Not Safe for Microwave Use.

Note:  This product is not safe for microwave use.  Gravy dipper spoon not included.  Original packaging not included.

Circa:  1979-1987

Status:  Discontinued

Pattern Number:  9720

Pattern Name:  Imperial Garden 

Original or Reproduction:  Vintage Original

Dimensions:  10 1/2"

Product Weight:  9 pounds 8 ounces (set of 8)

Markings:  Noritake Bone China above a Grecian style urn with a wreath.  Japan, 9720, Imperial Garden ©

Color:  Soft Pink, Green, Tan, Cream

Material:  Bone China

Origin:  Japan

Condition:   Previously owned - used.  All 8 plates are in Excellent – Like New Condition.  No cracks, chips, cut marks or repairs.  No wear to pattern.  Very minimal wear on bottom (if any).  Set may have never been used.  Original box is not included.

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