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Pottery Marks

1-2 Akron China Co., Akron, O.
3 American Art Ceramic Co., Corona, N. Y. Established 1901.
4 American Art China Works, Trenton, N. J. Established 1891.
5-6 American China Co., Toronto, Ohio. Established 1897.
7-9 American Crockery Co., Trenton, N. J. Established 1876.
10-12 American Encaustic Tiling Co., Zanesville, Ohio.
13 American Porcelain Mfg. Co., Gloucester, N. J. 1854-57
14-22 American Pottery Co., Jersey City, N. J. 1833-45.

Pottery Marks

23-24 American Pottery Mfg. Co., Jersey City, N. J. 1833-40.
25 American Terra-Cotta Co. Chicago, Illinois.
26-35 Anchor Pottery Co., Trenton, N. J. From 1894. Marks printed.
36-37 Anna Pottery, Lowell, Ill. Marks inscribed.
38-39 Armstrong & Wentworth, Norwich, Conn. 1814-28. Impressed.
40 Avon Pottery, Cincinnati, Ohio. Established 1886.
41 Baum, J. H. Wellsville, Ohio. 1880-95. Printed.
42 Beech, Ralph B., Philadelphia, Pa. Established 1845. Impressed.

Pottery Marks

1-2 Beerbower, L. B. & Co., Elizabeth, N. J. From 1879. Impressed.
3 Beerbower & Griffen, Phoenixville, Pa. Established 1877.
4-7 Bell, John, Waynesboro, Pa. 1826-81. Impressed.
8-9 Bell, John W., Waynesboro, Pa. 1881-95.
10 Bell, Joseph, Putnam, Ohio. 1827-1850. Impressed.
11 Bell, Peter, Jr. Hagerstown, Md. & Winchester, Va. c. 1800.
12-13 Bell, Samuel, Strasburg, Va. 1843-52. Impressed.
14-16 Bell, Samuel and Solomon, Strasburg, Va. 1852-82. Impressed.
17 Bell, S. & Sons, Strasburg, Va. 1882-1908. Impressed.
18 Bell, Upton Waynesboro, Pa. 1895-99. Impressed.
19-21 Bell Pottery Co., Findlay, Ohio.
22 Bellmark Pottery Co. Trenton, N. J. Established 1893.

Pottery Marks

23-37 Bennett, Edwin, Baltimore, Md. From 1856-1890.
38 Bennett, E. & W., Baltimore, Md. 1848-56. Impressed.
39-40 Bennett, James S. Moultonboro, N. H. 1840-44. Impressed.
41 Bennett, James, about 1840. East Liverpool, Ohio & Birmingham, Pa.
42 Bennett, John, New York City, 1876, West Orange, N. J., 1882.
43 G. Benton & L. Stewart about 1818.
44-45 Blair, Sylvester, Cortland, N.Y. 1829
46 Bloor, William, 1862. Impressed.
47 Morris, Philadelphia, Pa. 1771-1772. Inscribed.
48 Boone, Thona, G. 1840-1846.
49 Boss Bros., Akron, Ohio. About 1874. Impressed.

Pottery Marks

1 Boughner, Alexander, Greensboro, Pa. 1812-50. Impressed.
2 Boughner, A. & W., Greensboro, Pa. Impressed or in blue. 1850-90.
3 Boyer, John, Schuylkill Co., Pa. about 1810.
4 Bradshaw China Co., Niles, Ohio.
5-7 Brockman Pottery Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. Established 1862.
8-10 Broome, Isaac, Trenton, N. J. Established 1880.
11-20 William Brunt Pottery Co., E.,Liverpool, Ohio. 1850-1894.
21-22 Buffalo Pottery about 1905, Buffalo, N. Y.

Pottery Marks

23-40 Burgess & Campbell (International Pottery Co.), Trenton, N. J. 1860.
41-53 Burford Bros. Pottery Co., E. Liverpool, Ohio. 1879-1900.
54 Burley & Winters, Crooksville, Ohio. After 1850.
55-60 Burroughs & Mountford, Trenton, N. J. 1879-1882.
61 Butler, A. J. & Co., New Brunswick, N. J. About 1850. Impressed.
62 Bullock, W., Roseville, Ohio, 1870-1885. Impressed.

Pottery Marks

Cadmus, A., South Amboy, N. J. About 1850. Impressed.
2 Caire, Frederick, J., Huntington, L. I. 1854-1863.
3-5 Caire, Jacob, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 1842-1852. Impressed.
6-9 Cambridge Art Pottery Co., Cam-bridge, Ohio.
10 Camp & Thompson, Akron, Ohio. c. 1870-1880. Impressed.
11 Carr, James, South Amboy, N. J. 1852-54. Impressed.
12-20 Carr & Morrison, (New York City Pottery), New York, N. Y. 1853-88.
21-25 Cartwright Bros., E. Liverpool, Ohio. 1880-1900.

Pottery Marks

26-30 Ceramic Art Co.(Lenox) Trenton, N. J.Established 1889.
31 L. & B. G. Chase, Somerset, Mass. c. 1850. Impressed.
32 Chapman, J. Troy, N. Y. 1815-1820.
33-34 Chelsea China Co., New Cumberland, W. Va. Established 1888-1893.
35-38 Chelsea Keramic Art Works, Chelsea, Mass. Established 1866.
39-46 Chesapeake Pottery Co., Baltimore, Md. Established 1880.
47-49 Chester Pottery Co., Phoenix-ville, Pa. Established 1894.
50-52 Chittenango Pottery Co., Chittenango, N. Y.Established 1897.

Pottery Marks

1 Chollar & Bennett, Homer, N. Y. 1842-44. Impressed.
2 Chollar & Darby, Homer, N. Y.1844-49. Impressed.
3-5 Cincinnati Art Pottery Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. Established 1879.
6 City Pottery Co., Trenton, N. J.Established 1859.
7-8 Clark, Nathan, Athens, Lyons & Mt. Morris, N. Y. 1820-40 at Athens.
9-10 Columbian Art Pottery, Trenton, N.J. Established 1876. (Morris & Willmore).
1-12 Commeraw, Thomas, at Corlear's Hook, N. Y. c. 1802-20.
1-14 Corlear's Hook, N. Y. c. 1800. Impressed.
15-22 Cook Pottery Co.,Trenton, N. J. Established 1894-1900.
23-24 Cowden & Wilcox, Harrisburg, Pa. c. 1880. Impressed or in blue.
25 Coxon & Co., Trenton, N. J. 1863-1884. (Empire Pottery)
26 Crafts, Caleb, Portland, Me. 1837-1841. Impressed.

Pottery Marks

27-28 Crafts, Martin, Nashua, N. H. 1845-1851. Impressed.
29 Crafts, Thomas & Elbridge. Whateley, Mass. 1820-48. Impressed.
30-42 Crescent Pottery Co. Trenton, N. J. Est. 1881.
43 Crolius, John, New York. Latter half 18th century. Impressed.
44-45 Crolius, Clarkson, Sr. New York. About 1794-1837.
46 Crolius, Clarkson, Jr. New York. 1838-1850.
47 Crooksville China Co. Crooksville, Ohio.
48 Cross, Peter. Hartford, Conn. 1805-1810.
49-55 Crown Pottery Co., Evansville, Ind. Est. 1891.

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Handmade pottery can be a very gratifying hobby that produces fun and satisfying results. For many people it's an enjoyable release that is created by working an inanimate mound of clay into a beautiful work of art that you made through your artistic abilities.

The best way of starting out is to take a few lessons from Youtube. You will probably waste quite a bit in materials when you first get started. Figuring out how to truly make handmade pottery correctly and shape into what you want it to be can be quite an ordeal. The different tools that a normal shop will have can be fun to try. You will soon see which ones you like to use the most and then when you are ready you will know which ones to buy.

With the help of the internet, you can now purchase most if not all of your ceramic and pottery tools and supplies online. We are located far from any well supplied dealers and yet working with reliable ceramic and pottery suppliers online has allowed us to recieve most of our orders within a timely manner.

When you get all set up, just enjoy the hobby and have fun at it. Some people get pretty serious and start selling their creations at craft fairs and small stores, but others just like to create items for themselves, relatives, and friends. Whichever kind of handmade pottery you desire to endeavor, enjoy the hobby and have fun doing it.

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