12 Vintage Pottery Brands You May Not Remember

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Credit: Chloe Bolton

Pottery has been around for thousands of years, holding items as basic as water or as ceremonial as someone’s ashes. As pottery brands come and go, we often forget about some of them in place of the newer brands on the market. If you’re interested in the world of vintage pottery brands, see if you can recognize all twelve of these brands, all of which are defunct.

12. Haeger (1871-2016)

Hindman Auctions

11. McCoy Pottery (1910-1991)


10. Van Briggle Pottery (1899-2012)

Rago Auctions

9. Roseville Pottery (1892-1953)

Toomey & Co. Auctioneers

8. Grueby Pottery (1894-1920)


7. Teco Pottery (1881-1929)

Toomey & Co. Auctioneers

6. Paul Revere Pottery (1908-1943)


5. Hull Pottery (1905-1986)

Jacksons Auction

4. Newcomb Pottery (1895-1940)

Newcomb Art Museum

3. Rookwood Pottery (1880-1967)

Rago Auctions

2. Fulper Pottery (1899-1935)

Rago Auctions

1. Weller Pottery (1872-1948)


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