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Abingdon Pottery (1/29/08)
The Abingdon Sanitary Manufacturing Company began manufacturing bathroom fixtures in 1908 in Abingdon, Ill. The company’s art pottery line was … More >>


Akro Agate (1/28/08)
The Akro Agate Company was founded in Ohio in 1911 primarily to manufacture agate marbles. In 1914 the firm opened … More >>


American Bisque (1/28/08)
The American Bisque Company, founded in Williamstown, West Virginia in 1919, was originally established for the manufacture of china head … More >>


Art Pottery (1/28/08)
Art pottery production was at an all-time high during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. At this time over … More >>


Autumn Leaf (1/26/08)
Autumn Leaf dinnerware was manufactured by Hall China Company and issued as a premium by the Jewel Tea Company. The … More >>


Bauer Pottery (1/26/08)
John Bauer founded the Paducah Pottery in Paducah, Kentucky, in 1885. John Andrew Bauer assumed leadership of the pottery in … More >>


Belleek, American (1/26/08)
The American Belleek era spanned from the early 1880s until 1930. Several American firms manufactured porcelain wares resembling Irish Belleek. … More >>


Belleek, Irish (1/26/08)
Belleek is a thin, ivory-colored, almost iridescent-type porcelain. It was first made in 1857 in county Fermanagh, Ireland. Production continued … More >>


Rutherford B. Hayes Commemorative China (1/13/08)
Rutherford B. Hayes official White House oyster plate, 1879On occasion, online auction companies have offered a uniquely produced piece of White House china service from the Administration of Rutherford B. Hayes from 1877 to 1881. More >>


Wedgwood (11/25/07)
In 1759 Josiah Wedgwood established a pottery near Stoke-on-Trent at the former Ivy House works in Burslem, England. By 1761, Wedgwood … More >>


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