Information on early Staffordshire printed pottery, circa 1780-1840.
Article about collecting Bauer Pottery, including history, trivia, collecting tips, and recommended readings. From Country Living.
A colorful and boldly modern dinnerware line produced by Red Wing Pottery. The original production run ended sometime in the early 50's, in recent years it has become a popular line among dinnerware collectors and those who appreciate modern design.
A collection of photographs of Watt pottery pieces on display.
Conference schedule and contacts for this organization dedicated to the study of porcelain and pottery produced by the Haviland families in France and America.
Information about the history of Marcrest pottery produced by Western Stoneware, Hull, and others. Images of rare and pastel colored pieces. Some items are for sale.
A collection of articles and other information resources of interest to collectors of American dinnerware items. Includes a discussion board.
Examples of commercial china and silverplate produced for steamships, airlines, and railroads.
With Kaye LaMoyne as designer, The Branchell Company manufactured some of the finest Melmac dinnerware in the USA from 1945 to 1965. It is highly collectible today.