Description: This is a lovely Noritake creamer from the 1950s. It is adorned with gold, black and silver leaves with a pale pink flower that looks like clover. All on a beautiful white porcelain background. The handle and rims are trimmed in gold. Bottom is stamped with the Noritake N, the pattern number and Japan which dates this piece to the 1950s. Exact pattern name is unknown. It measures 6.25 inches from handle to spout and stands 2.38 inches tall at it's highest point. It holds 2.25 cups of liquid filled to the brim.
Condition: Excellent! No chips, cracks, stains or crazing. I don't see any wear to the gold trim but to be safe I'll say it's 95% intact! This quality Noritake porcelain looks like it was rarely if ever used. You'll find the matching sugar bowl listed here.