Vintage Noritake Flower Power Dinner Plate - 1970s Botanical Dishware by Noritake Craftone Japan
All good things are wild and free. Henry David Thoreau
Blooming with all the cheer and sunshine of a good summer garden, this vintage 1970s Noritake Craftone dinner plate is from their Flower Power pattern line. Featuring yellow, pink, and purple wildflowers, it is a beauty in ceramic design, whether you choose to serve food with it on the table or display it like art on your kitchen wall. Either way, it is here to liven up the atmosphere with its cheerful disposition.
Noritake has been synonymous with quality dishware manufacture and design for over 100 years. What is interesting about the Noritake brand is their breadth of design choices when collecting vintage pieces, many of which were handpainted and contain exquisite details. Depending on your personal style and perhaps the colors in your kitchen, it is fun to collect these vintage pieces, in a mix and match way, one that reflects your passion for collecting and your desire to be unique. Does dinner taste better on a pretty plate? Absolutely! Is it liberating to break away from the same basic set of matching plates you've been using for years? Yes, yes and yes. We encourage you to embrace your inner bohemian and pick your dishware collection plate by plate. Start with flower power and see just how much fun all this dish collecting can be.
- Hard to find size
- Colors include butter yellow, pastel pink, purple, sage green and lime green
In lovely condition - no chips or cracks. Imagery is clear and bright.
Measures 10.5" inches (diameter)
Like a graceful watercolor painting, this plate is an ideal beauty for wall display., especially if you want to brighten up a darker corner or the wall area underneath your kitchen cabinets. With its shiny glaze and bright colors, it reflects like almost like a mirror or a lamp.