Start free trial

Home > News, Articles & Multimedia > Pottery and Clay
Pottery and Clay
Search Results

Showing results 81 - 90 of 96 for the category: Pottery and Clay.

Arita Pottery (4/11/08)
Japanese Arita Porcelain, circa 1960-70Hi, I’m Elise and I now live in Amsterdam. When I was in my twenties I lived in Japan for seven years. I wasn’t a geisha or anything like that. I led a rock and roll life as a music journalist and impresario. More >>


have two cookie jars (2/27/08)
one is a beautiful cat green and lue flowers very old also a clown could send pictures if interested..browntammie@att.net More >>


Rookwood Pottery (2/3/08)
Rookwood pottery in blueLike many successful businesses, one of the most prominent late 19th and early 20th century ceramics and pottery companies was created from a hobby. More >>


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 >>


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 >>


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 >>


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 >>


Gonder Pottery (10/25/07)
After a distinguished ceramic career working for American Encaustic Tiling, Cherry Art Tile, Florence Pottery, and Ohio Pottery, Lawton Gonder … More >>


Grindley Pottery (10/25/07)
Arthur Grindley and his son, Arthur Grindley, Jr., established the Grindley Artware Manufacturing Co. in Sebring, Ohio, in 1933. The … More >>


Haeger Pottery (10/23/07)
Haeger Potteries was founded by David H. Haeger in Dundee, Ill. in 1871. The first Haeger Art Pottery was produced … More >>


Page 9 of 10« First...678910