From the beginning, the company also made a complete line of decal-decorated products.Trademarks were periodically changed, and styles changed with the times.A beacon of artistic ingenuity in east central Ohio, Roseville Pottery Company produced streamlined yet striking designs from the late 19th to the 20th century. Weaver in 1890, Roseville Pottery was incorporated two years later and began carving their niche out of the field of stoneware pieces.Channeling the American Arts and Crafts movement, Roseville pieces are characterized by simple yet sophisticated shapes complemented by bright, brilliant color. Success and expansion to include other pottery companies resulted in a move of Roseville to Zanesville, Ohio in 1898.Follow My 40 Day Pottery Challenge Pottery Videos Tools for Pottery Tips & Techniques for Pottery and Ceramics Clay Pottery Craft Projects Clay Pottery Articles of Interest Old Time Pottery History Pottery and Ceramics Featured Potters Gallery Pottery and Ceramics Definitions All About The Clay All About Pottery Glazes Fascination With Pottery Differences Between Pottery and Ceramics Identifying Pottery Treasures Pottery Identification Dating Pottery Types Of Pottery Selecting Pottery Supplies Works of Famous Potters Pottery and Ceramic Hangtags Registration Marks Ceramic Lose United States Pottery Marks A Thru C United States Pottery Marks C Thru L United States Pottery Marks L Thru R Pottery and Ceramic Trademarks Some Things I Wish I Had Done From The Start! Pottery Signature Stamps Recognizing Pottery Defects Planting Your Pottery Incredible Paperclay Choosing the Perfect Pot Fired Arts, Find Out More The Legend of the Willow Plate The Willow Poem Facination with Horsehair Ceramic Earthenware Pottery Care Pottery Photography Therapeautic Pottery for Children Landscaping with Pottery Tips - Definitions - Clay Projects - Pottery Gallery - Pottery Tools - Glazes - All About Clay Have you ever come up with a good idea while working with your handmade pottery and thought that you would like to share it with others? Well, why not send it to us and we will add it to the tips page for all to see.
Read more A beacon of artistic ingenuity in east central Ohio, Roseville Pottery Company produced streamlined yet striking designs from the late 19th to the 20th century. Weaver in 1890, Roseville Pottery was incorporated two years later and began carving their niche out of the field of stoneware pieces.
Relying on the hard clay native to the area’s geology, Acoma potters created remarkably durable pieces, their strength reinforced by the inclusion, in some cases, of smashed pottery shards into their clay mixture.
Adding to these pots’ durability, even with their characteristically thin walls, are their delightful painted designs.
For a time, the company was called Hyalyn-Cosco, during which period their primary line was electric table lamps.
In the late 1980s and early 1990s, the company was known as Vanguard Accents, and made lamps, vases, and figural pieces, sometimes in 24K gold or pastel glossy colors.