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Vintage Jackson China Green Band Mustard Pot

Vintage Jackson China Green Band Mustard Pot

$12.00

From the corner diner, to the bustling bistro, to your very own kitchen cupboard at home, restaurant china is as popular as ever. This American-made china has stood the test of time for good reason: it's sturdy, unpretentious, classic and true.

Once upon a time, mustard was brought to the table not in a squeeze bottle, but in its own little china pot with a lid. Produced by the long-defunct Jackson China Company, theis absolutely charming mustard pot is decorated in the most classic of restaurant patterns: Green Band. Multiple dark green stripes are hand-applied around the sturdy, white ironstone body giving this handsome mustard pot its undeniable nostalgic charms.


Limited quantities and subject to prior sale. 3.25"H x 3"D. Microwave, Dishwasher and Oven Safe.

Learn More About Our Vintage Restaurant Ware

Found in the shuttered warehouse of a third-generation, family-owned restaurant supply company in Chicago, we are proud to offer a limited collection of unused restaurant ware. Dating from the 1950s to the 1980s, these nostalgic, American-made pieces are about as honest as dinnerware gets Clean, simple shapes decorated with the colors and patterns reminiscent of their era. And above all, these pieces are of a quality that is near impossible to find today at any price.

Learn More About Jackson China

Jackson Vitrified China Company was founded in Falls Creek, Pennsylvania in 1917 on the site of the Bohemian Art Pottery which had gone bankrupt during World War I.  In the mid-1920s the company withstood a severe blow when two of the principals in the corporation were killed by a disgruntled former pottery artist of the Bohemian Art Pottery who claimed he was owed $500. Local support and a loan from a bank in a neighboring town kept the pottery going.

In 1946, a new owner purchased all shares of stock from local stockholders, doubled the factory floor space, provided modern equipment, and doubled the work force as the company was busy producing quality dinnerware primarily for hotels, restaurants and the railroads. In September 1976, the company changed hands again and the name was changed to Jackson China, Incorporated. By 1985, Jackson China encountered financial difficulties, was reorganized but failed to remain viable. After 68 years, the once-busy factory in Falls Creek turned off its kilns and closed its doors forever.

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