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Imperial Hotel dinnerware, 1922

Transfer-printed porcelain
10 1/2 in diameter
26.7 cm diameter
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W
Wright

USA

10.5 dia × 1 h in (27 × 3 cm)

This design was originally created for the Imperial Hotel, Tokyo …

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USA

10.5 dia × 1 h in (27 × 3 cm)

This design was originally created for the Imperial Hotel, Tokyo designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1922. Service includes twenty-one dinner plates, twenty-two salad plates, twenty-three dessert plates, twenty-two bowls, twenty-one teacups with saucers. Printed manufacturer's mark …

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Manufacturer
Noritake
Frank Lloyd Wright
American , 1867–1959
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During his 70-year career, American architect Frank Lloyd Wright championed a personal belief that …

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During his 70-year career, American architect Frank Lloyd Wright championed a personal belief that architecture should address the physical, social, and spiritual needs of the inhabitant while remaining in harmony with the landscape. Wright, who punctuated nature with a capital “N”, placed great importance on the …

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About the work
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W
Wright

USA

10.5 dia × 1 h in (27 × 3 cm)

This design was originally created for the Imperial Hotel, Tokyo …

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USA

10.5 dia × 1 h in (27 × 3 cm)

This design was originally created for the Imperial Hotel, Tokyo designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1922. Service includes twenty-one dinner plates, twenty-two salad plates, twenty-three dessert plates, twenty-two bowls, twenty-one teacups with saucers. Printed manufacturer's mark …

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Manufacturer
Noritake
Frank Lloyd Wright
American , 1867–1959
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During his 70-year career, American architect Frank Lloyd Wright championed a personal belief that …

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During his 70-year career, American architect Frank Lloyd Wright championed a personal belief that architecture should address the physical, social, and spiritual needs of the inhabitant while remaining in harmony with the landscape. Wright, who punctuated nature with a capital “N”, placed great importance on the …

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Imperial Hotel dinnerware, 1922

Transfer-printed porcelain
10 1/2 in diameter
26.7 cm diameter
Bidding closed
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