I am just trying to find out any additional information about this particular set.
It was one of her wedding gifts about 70 years ago.
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The name was changed to Narumi Seito Sho by at least 1934, as her #75 mark is "Narumi China" one.
Narumi continued to use the Meito name on some items for some time.
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