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Darker jadeite pieces are less common than lighter ones.

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Lucky for collectors, most pieces have survived without a chip because it was so well made.

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Many glassware companies dabbled in jadeite, but only McKee and Anchor Hocking/Fire-King made complete dinnerware lines.

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Citrus reamers, center, were once given away to consumers with crates of fruit.

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Almost every dish imaginable was made in jadeite. Vintage measuring cups and baking dishes are fairly rare today.

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  • S C Lynch (SGISUNRISE Point)

    I love Jadeite but I do not fid it very often at antique stores. I have found a few here and there. I do have 2 of these pie plates. I love them and use them whenever making pot pies or regular pies. They are especially festive at Christmas.

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    My aunt would be in seventh heaven if she saw all of this Jadeite in her house. :)

  • Trez Eliz

    I have approximately 300 pieces myself. I love it but it makes feel like a hoarder because I don't use it.

During the Depression, when housewives couldn't afford to waste a crumb, glassware companies turned out inexpensive jadeite containers for flour, salt, and other ingredients.

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Before there was Tupperware, there was jadeite. Food storage containers were designed with flat lids for stacking and in shapes meant to fit in mid-20th-century refrigerators.

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