1950's Noritake Winton 5521 Brunch or Luncheon Set
, 36 Pieces
This beautiful and elegant Noritake dinnerware was produced in the 1950's. The pattern is Winton 5521 and features gold and taupe bands with gold flowers on a white porcelain base. This lot includes 36 pieces in total and there are 4 complete settings for your brunch or luncheon.
This set includes: 8 luncheon plates, 7 pastry plates, 7 dessert bowls, 1 creamer, 1 covered sugar, 4 cups and 8 saucers.
This set is great for serving brunch or a luncheon. If you want additional pieces to add to this set they are available online. Visit Replacements and search on Noritake Winton 5521.
The pieces in this set have no chips or cracks and were rarely used as there are no utensil marks to be found.
Homer Laughlin China Company, makers of the popular Fiesta brand dishware, first opened pottery-firing kilns in East Liverpool, Ohio, in 1874.
The company, one of the few remaining American dish manufacturers still in operation, produces dinnerware for restaurants and the home and hosts visitor tours twice every weekday.
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