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Wallace China Company - Dinnerware

The Wallace China Company was located in Vernon, CA from 1931 to 1964. The company specialized in hotel and restaurant china and were eventually bought out by the Shenango China Company.


Wallace Corona has a tan background with a somewhat nautical-looking border of ropes and anchors.

Wallace China Company Corona Dinner Plate

Palm Leaf

The Wallace China pattern, Palm Leaf, came in green, brown, blue and maroon. The pattern is nearly identical to Tepco's Palm Leaf pattern. These pieces are highly sought after by collectors of Hawaiiana.

Pueblo Ware

Thank you to M. Williams for identifying this pattern for me.

Wallace China Company Pueblo Ware Salad Plate

Westward Ho Rodeo

Wallace China produced the Westward Ho Series from 1945 into the late 1950s/early 1960s. There were several patterns in the series, Rodeo, Pioneer Trails, Longhorn, Boot and Saddles, to name a few. The original pieces had the artist's (Till Goodan) signature. Beware of reissues where the signature is missing. Signed pieces command a higher price.

Wallace China Company Westward Ho Rodeo Dinner Plate

Ye Olde Mill (Mulberry)

Wallace Ye Olde Mill has a picture of "Ye Olde Mill" in the center. "Ye Olde Mill (Mulberry)" is so named as it has a beige background with cranberry colored mulberry flowers in the center. The other Ye Olde Mill patterns do not have the mulberry border and came in brown or green backgrounds.

Wallace China Company Ye Olde Mill (Mulberry) Dinner Plate

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