Learn More about Jadeite
Jadeite was manufactured in the United States by many glass companies from the 1930s to the early 1970s. Each company produced a slight variant either lighter or darker of Jadeite's classic seafoam-green jade color.
Jadeite was heavy, durable, inexpensive and, sometimes even free! It was often packaged as a giveaway in food and cleaning products. Many restaurants and diners served meals on Jadeite dishes, as they cost pennies to buy and were sturdy enough to hold up to commercial use.