Azalea by Noritake Jam Jelly Jar with Lid, Ladle, and Underplate ca 1920
Azalea is a Noritake hand-painted china pattern made between 1918 to 1941. The pattern consists of pink azaleas on a white ground with gold trim around the edges and on the handles. Because the pieces are hand painted, subtle variations are common.
The Noritake azalea pattern was made exclusively for the Larkin Company, Buffalo, New York. Larkin used it as giveaway premiums for its club members and agents. In 1931, Larkin billed it as “Our Most Popular China.”
This Jam/Jelly Jar measures 4" tall, 5" with the lid, and 3-1/2" at its widest point. Complete set with ladle and underplate. In excellent vintage condition, with little loss of the gold trim.
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