Teco

American Terra Cotta & Ceramic Company
Gates Potteries
1901-1920’s
Terra Cotta, Illinois


William D. Gates founded the company to make architectural terra cotta and also created an art pottery called “Teco” ware which was first made public in 1901.

Continue reading “Teco”

Sleepy Eye Pottery

899-1937
Made for the
Sleepy Eye Milling Company
Sleepy Eye, Minnesota

By the Weir (later Western Stoneware)
Monmouth Illinois


Note: We are actively in the process of reorganizing and updating our website content. Information, galleries, and details of past shows and presentations will appear again soon.  Please revisit! Thank you for your patience.

Rosemeade Pottery

by Wahpeton Pottery Company
1940-1961
Wahpeton, North Dakota


Note: We are actively in the process of reorganizing and updating our website content. Information, galleries, and details of past shows and presentations will appear again soon.  Please revisit! Thank you for your patience.

Susan Frackelton

Susan Frackelton
1881-1904

Note: We are actively in the process of reorganizing and updating our website content. Information, galleries, and details of past shows and presentations will appear again soon.  Please revisit! Thank you for your patience.

Roseville Pottery

1890-1954
Roseville & Zanesville Ohio


Note: We are actively in the process of reorganizing and updating our website content. Information, galleries, and details of past shows and presentations will appear again soon.  Please revisit! Thank you for your patience.


 

Rookwood Pottery

1880-1959
Cincinnati Ohio

1960-1959
Starkville, Mississippi


Note: We are actively in the process of reorganizing and updating our website content. Information, galleries, and details of past shows and presentations will appear again soon.  Please revisit! Thank you for your patience.

Pine Ridge Pottery

Pine Ridge Reservation South Dakota
1930’s-1980’s


The following article appeared the WPA Press, Vol. 8, April 2001 
By Kari Kenefick

Peter Flaherty spoke at our February 13, 2001 meeting on Pine Ridge Pottery. Peter gave a very interesting presentation. The following was gleaned from his notes as well as the sources noted at the end of this article.

Continue reading “Pine Ridge Pottery”

Pickard China

1894
Edgerton, Wisconsin
1895-1938
Chicago, Illinois
1938 – Present
Antioch, Illinois


Note: We are actively in the process of reorganizing and updating our website content. Information, galleries, and details of past shows and presentations will appear again soon.  Please revisit! Thank you for your patience.

Pewabic Pottery

1903-present
Detroit, Michigan


Note: We are actively in the process of reorganizing and updating our website content. Information, galleries, and details of past shows and presentations will appear again soon.  Please revisit! Thank you for your patience.