Azalea dinnerware was made for Larkin Company customers from 1918 to 1941. Larkin, the soap company, was in Buffalo, New York. The dishes were made by Noritake China Company of Japan. Each piece of the white china was decorated with pink azaleas. The Noritake Company's most popular pattern with collectors continues to be this Azalea pattern. For more information, explore our identification guides for Noritake and dinnerware patterns.