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Browsing through the Candy Apple Craft Etsy Shop was an adventure. I found so many things I wanted like the Vintage Hi Snack Picnic Trays. What a neat idea! They hold your cup for you while you eat off the plate that surrounds the cup. This would be great for the kids on a picnic. I also loved the Metlox Red Rooster Salt & Pepper Shakers. Made in 1956 and part of a highly collectible dishes set. Rachel at the Candy Apple Craft Etsy Shop is sponsoring a giveaway for a beautiful Lotus Bowl & Noritake Fine White China Bowl to one of my lucky readers.. Thank you Rachel! Someone will be very happy to receive these lovely items.
I love to dabble in arts and crafts. If it feels homey or traditional, or it contains a lot of fascinating detail, it probably catches my eye. I’ve made sewn crafts, felt items, embroidery, art prints, paintings, pastels, jewelry, and some other paper crafts.
My sources of inspiration are diverse. I love art masters as varied as Durer, Mucha, and Monet. I also am a little obsessed with fruit crate labels and travel and advertising art from the 1910s to the 1950s. This reflects my favorite time in recent American history–the first half of the 20th century.
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You’ll love the sleek modern lines on this Noritake fine white china lidded bowl! I’m throwing in a bonus “lotus bowl,” which has fishing equipment and maple leaf designs painted on the inside of the bowl.The lidded dish is part of the “Angela” pattern of Noritake china (made in Japan), which was discontinued in 1977. These were “detergent proof” dishes from the “Cook ‘n Serve” line. This is the sugar bowl from this dishes line.
The “lotus bowl” is from an unknown Japanese maker (it is only marked “Japan” on the bottom). It is called a lotus bowl because of the three notches on the edge, and three fairly crude images inside: a fish net, a fish basket, and red maple leaves. There are several flaws in the porcelain, under the glaze. “Japan” is stamped in red on the bottom of the bowl.
3 1/2 in. T x 4 1/2 in. D (U.S.)
8.5 cm. T x 11 cm. D (Metric)
1 3/4 in. T x 4 in. D (U.S.)
4.5 cm. T x 10 cm. D (Metric)
Condition Notes: The Noritake is in great vintage shape, without any noticeable chips, scratches, or stains. The lotus bowl has some crudeness in the porcelain under the glaze, like small bumps or nicks that were there before the glaze was applied. Both items are carefully packed and ready to ship.
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