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Crown Potteries - Examples
Crown Potteries, of Evansville, Indiana, produced pottery and dinnerware from the 1880s until the mid 1950s.

Shown below is one of their juvenile items: a small compartemnt plate with animal decals. These decals (along with a pig with a goose) can be found on several shapes by Homer Laughlin, Knowles, and many others.


Crown Potteries 7 1/2” compartment plate and marking


Crown Potteries covered jug
Courtesy: Fran and Carl Stone


The following ad is from the 1940s and features several patterns on popular Crown Potteries shapes. “Annette” and “Springtime” are on the Monarch shape, “Dolores”, “Cornucopia” and “Navajo” are on the Sovereign shape, and “Golden Clover” is on the Quena shape.

Courtesy: Candy Fagerlin


Sugar and Creamer
Circa late 1920s

Sauceboat
Covered Dish

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