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American Limoges
  • Location: Sebring, Ohio
  • Products: dinerware and kitchenware
  • Dates of operation: 1902 - 1955


  • Casino
  • Made by American Limoges
  • Decaled Shapes based on card suits
  • Made in the 1950s
  • Limited Assortment
  • Marking: Casino backstamp
Casino images
Courtesy: Fran and Carl Stone

Cups and Saucers
Platter

Sugar and Creamer


  • Corinthian
  • Made by Sebring Pottery and American Limoges
  • Round shape with fluted rims and scalloped edges
  • Produced in the 1930s and 40s
  • Comes mainly in white with decals
  • Assortment consists of approx. 15 items
  • Pieces have appropriate maker's mark

Turquoise Corinthian shape casserole (unmarked)
with a pearlized glaze and gold trim.


  • Triumph
  • Made by:
    • American Limoges
    • Sebring Potttery
    • Leigh Potters
  • Round ringed shape; handles and finials are saquare
  • Made in the late 1930s to mid 1940s
  • Comes with decals and some solid colors
  • Assortment of items: approx. 30
  • Pieces have appropriate maker's backstamp

Turquoise covered sugar.
Courtesy: Steve Beals
Tab soup bowl by Leigh Potters

1938 Ad

1938 Ad, Courtesy: Fran and Carl Stone


  • Victory
  • Made and shared by Salem China and American Limoges
  • Designer: Viktor Shreckengost
  • Round ribbed shape; handles and finials are circular
  • Comes in white with decals
  • First produced in the very late 1930s
  • Assortment consists of approx. 30 items
  • Salem and Am. Limgoes had their own backstamps

Two vintage ads showing Salem's Victory shape

Courtesy: Candy Fagerlin

Basket Petit Point tray and marking
Courtesy: Judith Stout


  • 271 - Candle Glow
  • 281 - Fortune
  • 298 - Wales
  • 283B - Tea Rose Blue (283 Yellow, 283A Pink, 283C Green)
  • 275 - Chantilly

  • 200 - Prince Charles
  • 204 - English Rose
  • 287 - Language of Flowers
  • 218 - Monsoon Harvest
  • 278 - Posy Shop

  • 268 - Maroon-Meisen Rose
  • 280 - Federal Pink
  • 227 - Yellow Daisy
  • 282 - Bermuda
  • 297 - China Rose

  • 262 - Blue Daisy
  • 224 - Jenny Lind
  • 270 - Silver Moon
  • 217 - Candle Glow
  • 239 - Lyceum Blue

  • 238 - Chateau
  • 263 - Vienna
  • 277 - Sharon
  • 274 - White Oaks
  • 260 - June Rose

  • 203 - Pink Blush
  • 276 - Canterbury
  • 259 - La Marr
  • 233 - Wheatfield
  • 213 - Pompadour-Rose

  • 264 - Bramble
  • 301 - Oslo Surf
  • 250 - La France
  • 289 - Belvedere Gold
  • 286 - Concord

  • 245 - Princess
  • 288 - Sundale
  • 284 - Wild Rose
  • 243 - Prince Rupert
  • 209A - Troubadour Yellow


American Limoges' Snowflake shape was introduced in the 1930s. According to trade listings, the line was not produced beyond 1937. The heavy embossed rim is brought to life with fade away borders of various colors. In rare cases, Snowflake can be found in solid colored glazes.

The assortment is rather standard with plates, platters, bowls, teacup, saucer, creamer, and sugar. An ashtray was also made for Snowflake and can sometimes be found with advertising in gold lettering.

Snowflake is almost always marked with a special backstamp with the shape's name and maker.



Snowflake promotional material from 1937.



Snowflake creamers with the "Concord" pattern. Standard Snowflake backstamp is inset.




Snowflake handled trays



Snowflake sugar and creamer in a medium blue glaze
From the collection of Fran and Carl Stone

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