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Yellowstone Dinnerware

Ellen Grant
• Thursday, 02 December, 2021
• 9 min read

Western Dinnerware as Seen on Yellowstone: Rodeo Cowboy Boots and Saddle ranch style china by True West USA Currently, True West's Westward Ho China is being used in the Television series Yellowstone “.

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Wallace China Co. also made other western patterns: Boots & Saddle, Chuck wagon, Longhorn, and others. By maintaining the quality, brand, and copyrights of True West, Westward Ho, Rodeo, and Boots & Saddle patterns, we help to ensure you are investing in heirloom cowboy china of the future.

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There are 344 Yellowstone plates for sale on Etsy, and they cost $17.09 on average. The most common Yellowstone plates material is ceramic.

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Taylor Sheridan and John Linton creates this series and premiered on June 20, 2018, on the Paramount Network. Yellowstone stars Kevin Costner, Was Bentley, Kelly Reilly, Luke Grimes, Cole Mauser, and Gil Birmingham.

Was Gently an American actor played the role of Jamie Button, an attorney, aspiring politician, and one of John and Evelyn's sons. Luke Grimes appears as Kaye Button, a former US Navy SEAL and one of John and Evelyn's sons.

Cole Mauser portrayed the role of Rip Wheeler, the ranch foreman at Yellowstone and John's right-hand man and enforcer. Moreover, in the Yellowstone television series characters wore outstanding outfits.

The first outfit is Yellowstone Jacket which is worn by Kevin Costner when he appears as John Button. This denim jacket made in an attractive blue color and has a shirt style shearing lining collar.

Wouldn’t you love to gear up in an attire that could make you replicate the look of the Yellowstone characters? Southwestern frenzy, trips to Taiwan and the romanticism of travel to Mexico found its way into the hearts of the American people and onto the sides of our tableware.

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The 30s and 40s were a time of exuberant optimism and the designs of Frederick Head's pottery, coming out of Newell West Virginia couldn't be more representative of the era. Homer Loughlin celebrates it here with the addition of a Mexican decal and a boldly painted red stripe.

Circa May 1941: The Hacienda Decal showcases a cascade of southwestern pots and cacti, a house in the background, and a bench with sombrero and Mexican blanket in the foreground. Shown here on a Homer Loughlin Century shape berry bowl, the Hacienda Decal is applied and a Red Stripe is hand painted at the end of production.

Circa 1936-1944 : The deep plates large size showcases the Mexican decal scene of cascading southwestern pots with dramatic blue shadows cast among the cacti. Finished off with a hand applied red stripe around the rim, this piece displays wonderfully and mixes and matches with a wide variety of Homer Loughlin pottery favorites.

Circa 1938: The American love affair with the southwest left us with a delightful range of whimsical tableware from the 30s. The oatmeal bowl makes the perfect piece to celebrate the jubilee and the festivities are topped off with a bold hand painted red stripe.

Large and full of statement, the Mexican decal and hand applied cold painted red stripe on this example is in very nice condition without damage or distracting wear. Hacienda, with its cascade of southwestern pots and cacti showcases a house in the background and a bench with sombrero and Mexican blanket in the foreground.

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It's extra nice on the batter tray with the multiple red stripes hand painted on the tab handles. Still in production in 1941, here we find it with the Mexican southwestern themed decals and delightful, hand applied red stripes.

It's extra nice on the batter tray with the multiple red stripes hand painted on the tab handles. Circa 1936-1939 : Here is a fantastic sugar and creamer set of the original Homer Loughlin Pottery Company's Hacienda decal ware on their famous Century line.

This popular line boasts a profusely decorated display of Mexican decals and is finished off with many hands painted red stripes. Circa 1936: Collectors of Vintage Fiesta pottery will recognize the creamy Old Ivory glaze and green cold painted stripes, but it is the exuberantly applied English Garden decals, and extra silver details that earn the great Peacock mark from Homer Loughlin Potteries Wells line.

Circa 1932-1942: Add the hand painted red stripes and multiple sets of the Hacienda decals and you have a fantastic example of the pottery that defined an era. This example in the harder to find Hacienda decal, from the Richard Bayberry collection, is in excellent, unused shape, without damage or repair.

MSRP: $34.95 In 1872 the East Liverpool, Ohio City Council, foreseeing the demise in popularity of yellowware offered $5,000 to anyone that would agree to build a four kiln pottery producing white ware.

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Homer and Shakespeare Loughlin won that competition and proceeded to build a pottery in East Liverpool. They were natives of the area being born on Beaver Creek near East Liverpool and the Ohio River.

After the Civil War Homer and his brothers had worked in the pottery industry in production and sales but were not expert in technical aspects of making ware. Their work finally paid off when in 1876 they were awarded a medal for best white ware at the Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

The public perceived that the American ware, which was more expensive, was of lesser quality. Homer Loughlin however, designed a mark that showed the American Eagle on top of the British Lion.

Homer Loughlin was aware of the conditions of his employees but safety standards were non-existent in industry at this time. The hazards of the job were many, mostly from the inhalation of the dusts associated with the production of the ware.

A skilled worker earned $2.33/day, an unskilled man $1.29/day, boys 0.82c/day and women and girls 0.75c/day. In 1880, he took 300 of his workers and their families by chartered train to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania for an exposition in the afternoon and the opera in the evening.

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Throughout the 1880s Homer Loughlin produced a variety of ware, mostly of a basic white which could be used in hotels and other public institutions. Today many former Homer Loughlin workers can still recognize the ware by style and quality wherever they may be in a hotel or restaurant throughout the country and even the world.

After a demonstration of its translucence and vitreous qualities Jar Sims editor of the local newspaper said, “It is no longer a question of doubt that the finest, thinnest and most translucent of china can be produced in America.” Wells, Louis, Marcus and Charles Aaron purchased interests in the company with Louis Aaron as president and Wells as secretary and general manager.

Still, unsatisfied and prompted by the extreme growth in the demand for their wares they wanted to expand again. However, there was no available suitable land in the East End of East Liverpool; therefore they pursued the purchase of a 3-mile tract of land in a small community that would become known as Newell across the Ohio River in West Virginia.

Forming the North American Manufacturing Company to develop the property into a usable industrial site, the Homer Loughlin Company set about developing what until this time was a relatively inaccessible area of the West Virginia panhandle. The plant, at that time the largest in the World, covered 10 acres, extended 700 feet along the riverbank.

Standing five stories high it had a total floor space of 15 acres. Connected with the plant to the south was a 100 acre park with a spring-fed stream, lack, zoo, formal garden and outdoor theater.

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The park was the idea of George Washington Clarke, a great innovative salesman for the company. New technologies for better and more efficient production required the introduction of science and scientists into the business.

The Homer Loughlin Company hired Albert Victor Blaming, a scientist in ceramics. The plant also had other technological advantages, streamlining the process of making the ware.

In 1927, they hired one of the world’s foremost ceramists, Frederick Hurten Head. Introduced in 1926 it was advertised as, “possessing a warmth of tone that appeals to many persons of good taste more strongly than the dead white body that has ruled the market for so many years”.

In 1935, he created Fiesta ware which would become the companies most popular and most collected line of Homer Loughlin China. Rhea also created Harlequin which was the Woolworth Companies the biggest seller.

It was reintroduced into the line in 1979 to celebrate Homer Loughlin's Centennial. In 1959 plant # 6 was adapted to produce heavy vitreous ware for restaurants.

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In 1940 Marcus Lester Aaron becomes president retiring in 1989 after 65 years of service. Some plants have been abandoned and closed but the company still operates at the Newell, West Virginia site.

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