Southern Potteries was incorporated in 1920, but dinnerware hand painted under the glaze began in the 1930s and lasted until the late 1950s.

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Alaska Native Clay pottery is made at Cook Inlet, Alaska of red and ecru clay, often in swirl designs.

This pottery is glazed with a clear finish and is a product of Cook Inlet Native Clay Ceramics, often " are usually his work.

Debolt's Dictionary of American Pottery Marks is another good resource for identifying Ceramics that are white or off-white, often high-fired, including vitreous china and ironstone, and usually used for dinnerware or bathroom sets.

Turn of the century and earlier homes had no running water.

Alamo Pottery expanded to Hondo, Texas, and became a profitable sanitary ware business.

The Alamo Pottery was sold to Universal-Rundle in 1951, after nearly 7 years in business.Buffalo pottery made semi-vitreous restaurant ware but is most famous for colorful for his pottery produced in Burbank, California at the Haldeman Pottery. Fine-quality figurines are Camark Pottery produced pottery in Camden, Arkansas, starting in 1926 and continuing until about 1962.This pottery made figurines and planters, candleholders and home accessories from about 1933 through 1947 in Burbank. Production after Jack Carnes's death in 1958 was intermittent and the factory closed in 1982.Incised Remued, hand made, 31 cm high Remued, Victoria, circa 1935, rare and important earthenware vase relief moulded with two kookaburras on a eucalypt branch, green, yellow and brown drip glaze.Incised Remued hand made, C5, 21.5 cm high A rare Remued Pottery kookaburra vase, cylindrical, the central section modelled with a pair of kookaburras perched on a branch above a ribbed lower section, on a drip glazed green and yellow ground, incised Remued hand made C5, 21 cm high A fine and rare pair of Remued Pottery kangaroo bookends post 1937, each modelled in the form of a standing kangaroo, raised on a base moulded as native Australian flora, matt glaze, incised mark Remued 34, 16.5 cm high Remued Victoria, circa 1934 an earthenware jug, of tapered cylindrical form with a pinched spout and applied gum nut and leaf decoration extending into a branched handle, drip glazed in plum, turquoise and cobalt, incised to base possibly 189M (indistinct) Remued, hand made, 1934, 19 cm high.Click / tap images to view an image of the item.) Abingdon pottery made artware from about 1934 to 1950 in Abingdon, Illinois.