Blue Sorrentino, Noritake’s blue floral giftware pattern in the International Collection, has been included in a new feature in the April/May 2013 issue of Brides! This collection is included in the giftware sale event, which gives 20% off on all
The Marc Newson Collection, designed for Qantas Airlines and available on NoritakeChina.com as part of the International Collection, has been featured in Martha Stewart Weddings! The teapot from this collection is included in the giftware sale event, which gives 20%
Enter now to win this set of 8 Palais Black goblets! (MSRP: $212) In preparation for Halloween and the upcoming holiday season, we are giving away a set of 8 Palais Black goblets! To enter, simply use the RaffleCopter widget
Noritake’s Top 10 Wedding Blogs! We read a lot of wedding blogs around here, and while there are so many that we love, we definitely have favorites! Here’s a rundown of our top 10 (as of June 2012) wedding blogs.
While we certainly encourage buying dinnerware that mixes and matches for different looks, buying linens in various colors and textures will also provide great opportunities for changing up the table. To add even further dimension, creative napkin-folding will add a
Kyoka Syunsai now available! Featuring traditional Japanese vegetables on beautiful white porcelain. Inspired by watercolors, Kyoka Syunsai is part of the International Collection, now available on the Noritake website. The items available in Kyoka Syunsai make fantastic gifts, and are
(image source) April is National Grilled Cheese Month, and it seemed appropriate to collect tips and recipes on this well-loved item with lots of variations. Wikipedia has an entry on “cheese sandwich” which includes a mention of the grilled cheese.
This contest is closed. Congratulations to our winners Karen, Holly, and Monica! To see the winning entries, click here. Help us discover the next Colorwave Color! We’re looking for your suggestions for the next color to add to the Colorwave
Introducing Lacewood Gold (Blue) and Lacewood Gold (Pink)! These 2 variations on the same pattern (both are white porcelain) are part of the new addition to our website, the International Collection. This collection represents patterns that have been popular throughout
(image source) January 27th is National Chocolate Cake Day, and we had to commemorate this on the blog! The history of chocolate cake goes back to 1764, when Dr. James Baker discovered how to make chocolate by grinding cocoa beans