Blue Willow flips don’t appear for sale very often, but I’m happy to have this extra in my collection to share. It is vitrified china – heavy restaurant ware – and was made by Jackson China. The lid was applied and likely distributed by Measuring Device Corp.
You can read more about them on my website: http://susan-phillips.com/jackson-2012.html
This bowl is the smaller size, 5 5/8” in diameter and about 3 high, not including the knob. It is in excellent condition – no chips or cracks and minimal wear. I see a couple of pinpoint glaze pops in the front near the rim (pictured below).
The lid is quite shiny in spite of the myriad scratches that is has (like all flips) from use and cleaning over the years. It has a small dent on the back side of the lid from where the knob has dropped back on it hundreds of times.
The bowl’s only flaw is that the lid does not close completely. This is a common problem and tends to seem more pronounced in photos.
This is a really nice example of this highly collectible pattern.