Drug Jar ca. 1544 - 1550 by Maaséot Abaquesne

Masséot Abaquesne, a revered French Renaissance potter, was renowned for his grand feu faience technique and intricate designs, significantly impacting the world of applied and decorative arts. His works remain admired and globally collected symbols of French pottery craftsmanship.Read More →

Boston International KAC20022 Spring Ceramic Pitcher

The Boston International Spring Ceramic Pitcher is a 7.75-inch piece, beautifully adorned with a bird and cherry blossoms – a symbol of life’s fleeting beauty. It’s a functional, microwave and dishwasher-safe item, perfect for serving beverages or as a decorative vase.Read More →

Arabia's Sunnuntai Vitro Plate

The Sunnuntai Vitro plate, designed by Birger Kaipiainen in 1971 for Arabia, combines its vibrant, intricate design with practicality and durability, embodying Finnish craftsmanship and timeless elegance.Read More →

Mora Ceramic Flat Plates Set of 6-8 in with a dessert of strawberries

The Mora Ceramic Flat Plates feature a nature-inspired color palette, unique texture, and balance of modern aesthetics and traditional functionality. They offer a tactile, organic experience, celebrating the timeless appeal of ceramic design merging art and utility.Read More →

Minton Ceramics Manufacturer

Thomas Minton bought a pottery in Stoke-on-Trent in 1793 and, in 1796, began production of inexpensive blue transfer-printed earthenware. His son Herbert Minton became director in 1836, expanded the range of wares, and hired artists. Read More →

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Outside of Asia, Sir Percival David amassed one of the best collections of Chinese ceramics. Many imperial-quality artifacts are included, including stunning specimens of highly rare Ru and guan ceramics, as well as the famed David vases. Read More →

Vase manufactured by the Eureka Pottery 1883 to 1887

The Eureka Pottery was the last commercial pottery constructed during the historic three decades during which potteries were established in Trenton. The company made the most beautiful majolica in Trenton. It was established in 1883 by Leon Weil, who Noah and Charles Boch succeeded. It was closed in 1887 due to fire, the constant enemy of potteries.Read More →

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William Moorcroft started Moorcroft, a British art pottery manufacturer, in Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, in 1913.Read More →

Wedgwood, White Nantucket Basket 16-Piece Set, Dinnerware

Elevate your dining experience with the Wedgwood Nantucket Basket 16-Piece Set. Made from fine bone china, this collection features an embossed basketweave pattern and includes dinner plates, salad plates, soup/cereal bowls, and mugs. Mix and match with other Wedgwood collections for a unique look. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Shop now and enjoy free shipping.Read More →

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She worked on the editorial staff of The Building Manual from 1944 to 1955. She was a crucial figure in Borge Mogensen’s research on the standardisation of consumer product sizes, and she collaborated with him frequently. They created the Boligens Byggeskabe (BB) and resund cabinet-storage systems in 1957.Read More →

Shenango China Company

The Shenango China Company, active in New Castle, Pennsylvania, from 1901 to 1990, holds a significant place in American pottery and porcelain manufacturing. Specializing in tableware and furnishing articles for hotels and restaurants, the company gained recognition for its white or light green flower patterns inspired by céladon porcelain. Shenango China’s dedication to craftsmanship and innovative designs left a lasting legacy in the ceramics industry, shaping the aesthetic standards for excellence.Read More →

Wedgewood created by Dream

He started by producing basic tableware, but by 1759, he had expanded to include beautiful items like classical vases and portrait busts. He was one of the first producers to hire artists to create product designs.Read More →

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Plateelbakkerij Ram (1921 – 1969) was an Arnhem-based Dutch ceramics company. Ram was founded in 1921 to produce high-quality ceramic bodies. At Ram 1921—25, Thomas A.C. Colenbrander was the designer for whom the company was established at the age of 80. Ram wares were sold at exhibition auctions as art rather than craft.Read More →

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Ernest Chaplet (1835 – 1909) was a French ceramicist, an early studio potter’ who mastered slip decoration, rediscovered stoneware, and conducted copper-red studies. From 1882 to 1885, he was the director of Charles Haviland’s workshop to study decorative processes, where he collaborated with artists such as Paul Gauguin. He eventually moved to Choisy-le-Roi, where he focused on porcelain glaze studies.Read More →

White Ceramic Vase Set

The White Ceramic Vase Set 2 features a unique donut shape, two large and small vases, and is made of high-quality ceramic material. Its sleek, modern look complements any home decor style, and is easy to clean and maintain.Read More →

The Workshop Guide to Ceramics Cover Art

The Workshop Guide to Ceramics

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Plateelbakkerij de Distel

Plateelbakkerij de Distel was a Dutch ceramics firm founded in 1895 in Amsterdam. It employed artists for both designing and painting, and produced art pottery, utility ware, tiles, ceramics for special events, and small sculptures. Exhibitions were held before WWI, including the 1904 Louisiana Purchase Exposition.Read More →

Fujina pottery example

Fujina pottery is made at Matsue, Shimane. 19th-century products include bluish-green tea bowls and white, yellow, or bluish-green domestic pottery. Later urban work promotes folk art.Read More →

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Haviland was a French porcelain factory founded by American David Haviland in 1843 and operated until 1914. The Haviland family were skilled entrepreneurs and dedicated to their employees’ welfare, with a special fund to aid soldiers and their families, a mutual support fund, an association, social housing, and a programme for kids’ vacations.Read More →

The Maeda family were hereditary feudal lords who founded and exclusively operated the Kutani Porcelain Factory, a privately owned Japanese factory in Kutani Mura, West Honshu, in the late cI7.Read More →