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Rodeo Pattern china was originally made by the Wallace China Company in Los Angeles
between 1943 and 1964. Till Goodan's artwork was always authentic in every detail
because he painted what he knew from first hand experience. His designs appeared in
virtually every medium, Some of the most famous was the dinnerware produced by
Wallace China: Boots and Saddle, Longhorn and Rodeo. The "Rodeo"
pattern was a tremendous success. The great action drawings of Rodeo events surrounded
by cattle brands appealed to many Westerners. "Rodeo" dinnerware graced the tables of
restaurants, hotels, and ranches. Gene Autry, Roy Rogers and Bing Crosby owned sets
of "Rodeoware." All of the dinnerware patterns are prized collectibles today. By
purchasing the Rodeo Pattern, you are investing in heirloom china of the future.