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Syracuse, China Replacements, American Dinnerware

Replacement China in the discontinued china patterns Made by Syracuse China.

American Dinnerware patterns made in the USA by Syracuse China - On July 20, 1871, the Onondaga Pottery Company was incorporated in Syracuse, New York. By 1890, they were turning out a "vitrified" china that was white, thin, translucent, and stronger than any European porcelain. In 1893, with a new stamp, "Syracuse China" was introduced and awarded a medal at the World Exhibition in Chicago, Illinois. In 1896, the company unveiled its "rolled edge" china which became a standard in the commercial food industry. For the next six decades, Syracuse continued to expand and prosper until 1970 when the company closed its consumer division, giving in to the cheaper, Japanese imports. Today, Syracuse China stands as the largest commercial pottery complex in the world.