“Cabaret” China Setting for 12 from the Imperial Hotel, Tokyo

$ 140,000
  • Description
    Executed by Noritake, Japan, 1968

    Place setting for 12 (84 pieces):
    12 dinner plates, 10.5"dia.
    12 salad plates, 7.5"dia.
    12 bread and butter plates, 5 7/8"dia.
    12 fruit bowls, 5.5"dia.
    12 coupe soup bowls, 5"dia.
    12 flat teacups, 3 1/4"dia.
    12 teacup saucers, 5"dia.

    House designed by Wright in Maplewood, New Jersey

    Examples of this setting are in the permanent collections of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, and Minneapolis Institute of Art

    The Imperial Hotel was demolished in 1968.

    Built from 1917 through 1923, The Imperial Hotel was a testament to Wright’s enduring appreciation of Japanese art and culture. The architect wrote that his design reflected neither American nor Japanese architecture, rather it was, “an architect’s sincere tribute to a unique nation, a building that respects Oriental tradition, at the same time that it keeps its own individuality as a sympathetic friend on Japanese soil.”
  • More Information
    Documentation: Makers Label/Invoice
    Notes: Each piece stamped with the hotel logo:
    Noritake Nippon Toki Kaisha Japan 1968
    Period: 1920-1949
    Materials: Porcelain
    Condition: Good.
    Creation Date: 1968
    Styles / Movements: Art Deco, Modern, Collectible Design
    200 Lex Booth #: 35
    Patterns: Geometric
    Incollect Reference #: 702889
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