Tarplin Dorsey, White County, GA Pottery Jug Stoneware jug, strap handle with vertical finger ridges, mottled and runny olive alkaline glaze, three incised lines at shoulder, Griffin notes maker identified by John Burrison as Tarplin Dorsey, Mossy Creek, Georgia; operated a shop and kiln, 1918-1921 in Mossy Creek District of White County, Georgia, 16 1/2H
Haeger Potteries ~ In 1871, the year of the great Chicago fire, David Haeger founded the Dundee Brickyard. This small town brickmaker was to become America's oldest and largest production pottery. The company fired the first of millions of bricks needed to help rebuild Chicago. Over the next 25 years the city's lakefront was rebuilt on the solid planning of Daniel Burnham, the legendary architect who laid the seeds for modern Chicago's magnificent shoreline, once laid low by the fire.
Tall Curled Leaf Vessel - Odd Inq Pottery | #CAPCA. Odd Inq pottery & art tile incorporates the Arts and Crafts aesthetic of both organic and geometric sensibilities. Many of the designs are inspired by Jon White's study of the early 20th century American potters such as Grueby and Teco.