In the 1920's,  Frank Lloyd Wright designed the Imperial Hotel in Tokyo, Japan. Part of his interior design was the dinnerware for the dining rooms.  For the Cabaret in the hotel he created a beautiful 7 piece place setting that he then commissioned world famous Noritake to manufacture in fine porcelain.  I have available the 1984 reissue (and only ones still available), new, and in their original boxes. These beautiful dishes, as with the ones made in the 1920's, are truly functional works of art. they were made with the same highest quality materials for durability and mirror Wrights' passion for perfection.  Please indicate the number of these historic place settings you would like when ordering . Pricing and shipping will depend on sets ordered and location,   As you can see in the attachments they have an Arts and Crafts influence.  His Prairie concepts are here as well.  I can be reached at 831 425 1620 or at 

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