Manufacturer: Jackson China
Pattern name: Hillside
Date: circa 1920s
Notes: Thompson Blacklow Co. of Boston (possibly Thompson & Blacklow Co.) served as distributor for this stock pattern. Reference to the company has been found in the mid-1920s. The design is made up of a fussy series of leafy dark green scrolls - otherwise known as acanthus leaves - around the platterÂ’s rim. The same pattern is also shown below in a dark red butter pat.

ID and platter photos contributed by ebay seller ferrydogmother
Butter pat photo contributed by Susan Phillips

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