The American Art Pottery movement began in the late 1800's and produced some of the finest examples of ceramics in a variety of colors, shapes, and sizes.  I am a serious collector of art pottery, and am interested in all examples of this artware.

Of particular interest are examples of Van Briggle Art Pottery, and any information related to the company.  This would include records, documents, photographs, pamphlets, catalogs, and ephemera.

The manufacturers and examples of art pottery I am interested in purchasing, be it one piece or an entire collection, and will consider any reasonable shape or condition are:

Van Briggle Art Pottery,   Teco,   Rookwood,   Grueby,   Newcomb,   Wheatley,   Fulper, Marblehead,   Merrimac,   North Dakota School Of Mines,   Dedham,   Lonhuda,   Coors, Hampshire,   Clewell,   Roseville,   Weller,   Owens,   Brush McCoy,   Peters And Reed, Pisgah Forest,   Ohr,   Clifton,   Pewabic,   Arequipa,   Jugtown,   Overbeck,   Walrath, Tiffany,   Frankoma,   Catalina Island,   Pine Ridge Sioux,   Native American ,   Red Wing, Pauline,   University City,   Norse,    Chicago Crucible,   Norweta,   Broadmoor,   Denver White,   Niloak,   Rosemeade,   Denver Terra Cotta,   Wallace Western Motif China,   Arts And Crafts Style Pottery,   Abingdon,   Bauer,   Camark,   Older Stangl,   Ouchita, And Tiles Produced By These Manufacturers.

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Interested in more information about Van Briggle pottery, check out The Collector's Encyclopedia Of Van Briggle Art Pottery.

Van Briggle Pottery Book


Van Briggle pottery has produced some of the most colorful glazes and wonderful designs, view the gallery for a tour of their artware.

Van Briggle Pottery Gallery


Van Briggle produced a large number of tiles and architectural faience, take a tour of the Memorial Pottery to view some of their decorative wares which adorn this facility.

Van Briggle Pottery Tiles


Wanting to do more research on your favorite potteries, then check out the pottery links and research section.  Here you can explore a wealth of information on art pottery,  search the internet, find auctions, and visit some of the premier pottery, antique, and collectible sites and resources on the internet.

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