How much is a set of Blue Willow China worth?

How much is a set of Blue Willow China worth?

Look for Similar Pieces That Have Sold Here are a few examples of values for recently sold Blue Willow pieces: An antique Blue Willow soup tureen from an unknown manufacturer sold in early 2020 for $300. A matched set of a Blue Willow pitcher and wash bowl sold in 2020 for $195.

Is Blue China worth anything?

Some Blue Willow china is worth money Collectors look for rare, English-made china (1780-1820). It’s considered better quality than mass-produced versions made later in China, Japan and the U.S. Unique pieces such as covered dishes and coffee pots are also more valuable than dishes and cups.

Who makes the best Blue Willow China?

Churchill China of England has been producing their Willow Pattern China for over 200 years.

How old is the Blue Willow pattern?

It became popular at the end of the 18th century in England when, in its standard form, it was developed by English ceramic artists combining and adapting motifs inspired by fashionable hand-painted blue-and-white wares imported from China.

Why was Blue Willow so popular?

Designed to replicate the imported Chinese porcelain that was so popular at the time, the Willow pattern was first created in England in 1780 by potter Thomas Turner and engraver Thomas Minton. Blue Willow china is also versatile, easily dressed up for a holiday dinner and equally appropriate for Sunday morning grits.

Is Blue Willow china made in Japan worth anything?

Some Blue Willow china is worth money It’s considered better quality than mass-produced versions made later in China, Japan and the U.S. Unique pieces such as covered dishes and coffee pots are also more valuable than dishes and cups.

Is Willow Pattern china valuable?

Despite its humble reputation as “blue collar china,” some Blue Willow is worth thousands. It’s considered better quality than mass-produced versions made later in China, Japan and the U.S. Unique pieces such as covered dishes and coffee pots are also more valuable than dishes and cups.

Can you eat off of Blue Willow china?

Question: Are Blue Willow Dishes Lead Free? Answer: Um, no. In fact most of them have incredibly high levels of lead (in a range that I would consider as not safe to eat off of.) Please read on for more information about lead found in examples of Blue Willow dishes.

Can Blue Willow dishes go in the dishwasher?

Blue Willow by Churchill China Microwave and dishwasher safe.

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