This is a general gathering of links. Links on this page might not fit in any other area of the site or they may be a duplicate. If you would like to add or correct a link, just contact the webmaster. The page was updated on Wednesday, January 29, 2014 . The links will open a new page.
American Art Pottery Association - To promote an interest understanding, appreciation, and recognition of American Art Pottery • To unify and strengthen the voice of collectors and dealers of American art pottery • To foster a members' Code of Ethics for buying, selling, exhibiting and publishing about American Art Pottery.
American Ceramic Society - The world's leading organization dedicated to the advancement of ceramics.
Arkansas Pottery Association - This link has information on the pottery of Arkansas. Information on Camark, Rumrill, Ouachita and Niloak
Art Pottery Manufacturers - The site is dedicated to helping to sustain the remaining Art Pottery companies.
Brush & Brush-McCoy
Canadian Pottery - A starting point for information Canadian Pottery is the Canadian Pottery Identifier . Another site contains history of nineteenth century Canadian Pottery, its from the Canadian Museum of Civilization at http://www.civilization.ca/membrs/canhist/poterie/po20e.html . Another site that talks about the history of Medicine Hat, Alberta's many factories of pottery & clay products. http://digitalfire.com/medalta/
Chipstone Foundation - Located in Milwaukee Wisconsin, the foundation is focused on the decorative arts. Portions of their renowned collections of early American furniture, British pottery, and American historical prints and maps are displayed at the Milwaukee Art Museum and the Chazen Museum (formerly Elvehjem) in Madison Wisconsin. They also publish Ceramics in America is an interdisciplinary annual journal that examines the role of historical ceramics in the American context.
Dinnerware - This site has pictures of many dinnerware patterns from Metlox, Franciscan, Russel Wright, Red Wing, Vernon, Frankoma, Pfaltzgraff, Royal, Taylor Smith Taylor, Weil Ware, Winfield, Ben Seibe, Raymond Loewy, Lenox, Syracuse, La Solana, Tamac, Western, Country and others. A must see!
- A great site for information on Fiesta, the history, color
charts and dates of production. http://www3.edgenet.net/rlsteeves/index.htm
Flow Blue - Pictures & history about Flow Blue pottery and china. http://www.myantiquemall.com/flowblue/flowblue.html
Folk Pottery Museum of Northeast Georgia - Showcases the handcraft kills of one of the South's premiere grassroots art forms and explores the historical importance and change role of folk pottery in southern life. http://www.folkpotterymuseum.com
Franciscan Pottery - Web site for the official Franciscan Newsletter and Collectors Club http://gmcb.com/franciscan/ . Another site that discusses the Apple line of dinnerware is http://www.greatcollectibles.com/apple.html
Fort Dodge Stoneware Collectors Society - A group interested in the potteries and stoneware companies that existed in the Midwest in the 19th and early 20th centuries.
Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art - Located in Toronto Canada. The Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art is the first museum in North America devoted to ceramics and ceramic research.
Gouda Pottery - Great site for marks, dates and pictures.
Haeger Pottery - A discussion group about Haeger Pottery
Homer Laughlin Pottery - The Carnegie Library tells the story of how the the pottery was started by brothers who won a competition from the city council to produce white ware. It describes how the pottery grew into one of the largest companies in the world.
Just Art Pottery - This website has been selling on-line since 1997 and sells quality American art pottery. Their online store has an inventory of over 600 items featuring Antique American & Contemporary Art Pottery.
Love Field Pottery - This website has history on Love Field pottery from Dallas Texas. The website was created to this will enable others who collect or are interesting in collecting to exchange or gain information relevant to Love Field.
Mr Bottles - Has an extensive listing of over 100 clay beer bottles made in Wisconsin from 1850 until the turn of the century. The listings include name, location and pictures of many. Be sure to read the introduction to clay bottles because it contains information about how they were made, of what materials, the markings and much more. Recently added were pictures of Wisconsin Antique Stoneware.
Newcomb Pottery - History about this New Orleans pottery and college with information about some of the artists.
Oklahoma Institute for Ceramic Arts - Located in Sapula OK, the institute goals are to promote awareness & appreciation of the history, heritage and the on-going tradition of making of pottery and cermaic arts through educational programs, public service, collection, preservatation & research. Other goals are the preservation of the Frank Home & the creation of a museum. www.oklahomapotterymuseum.org
Overbeck Pottery -
Overbeck Pottery was produced in Cambridge City, Indiania from 1911 &
1955. A free museum is located at the basement of the Cambridge library at
33 West Main Street. Below is their website with more information: http://www.waynet.org/nonprofit/overbeck.htm
Polia Pillin - Started learning ceramics at Hull House in Chicago, after becoming a recognized painter. Moving to Los Angeles in 1948, she & her husband established a pottery studio in their garage. http://www.poliapillin.com
Reynolda House, Museum of American Art Examples, such as Teco, Rookwood & Overbeck, from their collection.
Stahl's Pottery - A redware produced in a traditional Pennsylvania German style from 1850 until 1956. A non-profit group is working to preserve the bee-hive wood-fired kilns.
Stangl - The online encyclopedia of Stangl Pottery. Very nicely done site with lots and lots of examples and photos.
Stoneware and Pottery Enthusiasts Guild of America - is dedicated to communicating and sharing information on American stoneware, potteries, and potters of the 19th and early 20th centuries. http://members.fortunecity.com/spegagm
North American Torquay Society - During the period 1869 to 1970, some 20 potteries of varied size and longevity created hand crafted pottery in the Torquay area of South Devon England. http://torquayus.org The English Torquay Society's website is http://www.torquaypottery.com/
Terra Cotta Buildings - A website that discusses the firm American Terra Cotta, the architects, the production of Terra Cotta tiles and Teco pottery.
TV Lamps - The name says it all! Learn about the history & manufacturers of TV Lamps, many from the well known pottery manufacturers. Plenty of pictures & info!
Uhl Pottery - History & marks of this Huntingburg Indiana pottery. http://www.uhlcollectors.org/
Vernon Kilns - A great site that shows off the plaid dinnerware, with history and ads from this Californian pottery. http://www.geocities.com/WestHollywood/6027/ The second site, features an extensive visual reference to many of the patterns and lots of info http://www.colling.com/ . Vernon Kilns was purchased by Metlox in 1958.
Wade Pottery - A bit of information on Wade Pottery. http://www.greatcollectibles.com/wade.html
Watt Pottery - The first World Wide Web Page Dedicated solely to the Identification and Preservation of Watt Pottery http://www.execpc.com/~wmhill/
Zeisel - A designer of dinnerware for Red
Wing & Hall.