Westward Ho dinnerware used on YellowstoneTrue West’s Westward Ho China is being the dinnerware used on Yellowstone, the Kevin Costner television series. The series follows the conflicts along the shared borders of a large cattle ranch, a¬†Native reservation, and land developers.¬†Westward Ho are proud to be a part of that excellent production.

Westward Ho Rodeo Pattern china was originally made by the Wallace China Company in Los Angeles, USA between 1943 and 1964. The Wallace company also made other western patterns: El Rancho, “Boots & Saddle” (Now Available again for the first time in years!), Chuckwagon, Longhorn and others but the Westward Ho Rodeo pattern was the most popular china made by the Wallace company. If your lucky enough to own originals, the original heavy roll rim design and colors on these reproductions are so accurate you can mix it with your earlier china to fill out your collection or replace broken pieces.

Westward Ho dinnerware used on Yellowstone

Whether you order by the set or collect piece by piece, by purchasing Westward Ho Pattern you are investing in heirloom china of the future – not to mention the classic western art designs and durability of the product. All Westward Ho china is dishwasher and microwave safe. MORE ON WESTWARD HO