Noritake Round Vegetable Serving Bowl with Lid -  The Sahara Pattern

Noritake Round Vegetable Serving Bowl with Lid - The Sahara Pattern

Sale price $59.95 Regular price $75.00


Product Description:  Known for elegance and quality to customers around the world since the early 1900's, this early Noritake lidded, round vegetable serving bowl in the vintage "The Sahara" (58590) pattern was introduced in 1925.  It features delicate, pink-rose swags with a repeated tan and black diamond-flower pattern around the rim with gold color trim and handles on white porcelain. 

Note:  This product is not safe for microwave use 

Circa:  1925-1938

Pattern Number:  58590

Pattern Name:  The Sahara

Dimensions:  8" diameter (opening)

Product Weight:  2 pounds 3 ounces

Markings:  In red and yellow - Noritake "M" with wreath, Made In Japan, The Sahara, U.S. Design, Pat. 58590

Color:  Pink, tan, black, gold, white

Material:  Porcelain.  All glazed with exception of inner lip surface of lid, lip on bowl and round lip on round footed base.

Condition:   Previously owned - used.  Condition is consistent with age.  No  cracks or repairs.  Small, light chip on on non-glazed, flat lip under lid shown in last photo.  May be light discoloration on non-glazed lip areas.  Very few scratches, if any.  Very little wear or fading, if any.

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