Discontinued Noritake China

Interested in discontinued Noritake China? Find out how you can get your hands on Noritake patterns that have been out of circulation for quite some time…

When it comes to fine chinaware, the name Noritake stands on top of the mountain. This Japanese company has been involved in producing some of the finest quality chinaware displaying a wide range of exquisite patterns over a century. Over the years some of the patterns have been discontinued by the company but for china enthusiasts these patterns still carry value.

So how can you get your hands on discontinued Noritake china patterns? Well, thanks to the internet nothing is impossible anymore. All you have to do is type in the particular Noritake pattern you are looking for in the search box of a major search engine and you will be directed to a source that has exactly what you are looking for.

Not only will you be able to find individuals that have some of the discontinued Noritake china patterns with them rather there are entire organizations that specifically deal in discontinued patterns providing an invaluable service to chinaware enthusiasts. So rest assured whether you are looking for a replacement of a broken or missing piece in your old Noritake set or desperately want one of the older Noritake patterns you will be able to find them on the internet.

Some of the all time classic discontinued patterns available on the internet are as follows:


This is one of the all time favorites by Noritake. It has been out of circulation for quite some time now but still carries immense value in the eyes of collectors. The pattern number for Abbeyville is 4352. The set features white floral patterned chinaware with a gray delicate design on it. This particular pattern is excellent for daily use yet carries enough class to be reserved for a special occasion.


This is one of the more lively patterns by the company. It is part of the Noritake Progression line yet it has been discontinued for quite some time. The pattern is made up of mauve and pale green leaves giving it a very fresh look. This particular pattern is too tempting to be sitting in the hutch cabinet hence you will most probably end up using it on a daily basis. The pattern number for Barossa is 9011.


This series has two versions, the older and the newer. While the new Aberdeen is amongst the latest collection of Noritake patterns the older one has been discontinued. Still, you will be able to find the older Aberdeen with the pattern number 71224 through the internet.

The pattern consists of very cute and delicate pink, yellow and blue flowers along with scrolls of gold round the border. As can be seen from the description this is one of those Noritake sets that is solely reserved for a very special occasion.

Interested individuals will be able to find discontinued Noritake china in separate pieces which they can use as replacements or as entire sets.

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