This is an exceptional pattern in one of the older Jackson China flips, with its striking band of rows upon rows of tiny deep green triangles against the white clay body. It is 5 3/4 inches by 3 1/2 inches.
As is customary, the bowl is in exemplary condition. The glaze is bright and shiny, with light use marks and one spot on the side (pictured) that appears to have a very light brush stroke fired under the glaze. The lid is another matter. In addition to the myriad scraches from use and cleaning and the dent opposite the knob, it also has extensive wear to the plating, especially on the back side. Measuring Device Corp. fabricated the lid.
This is a beautiful flip in a very hard to find pattern. I hate to part with it!