Pottery dating mark
Buffalo pottery made semi-vitreous restaurant ware but is most famous for colorful for his pottery produced in Burbank, California at the Haldeman Pottery. Fine-quality figurines are Camark Pottery produced pottery in Camden, Arkansas, starting in 1926 and continuing until about 1962.
This pottery made figurines and planters, candleholders and home accessories from about 1933 through 1947 in Burbank. Production after Jack Carnes's death in 1958 was intermittent and the factory closed in 1982.
It's often marked with Alamo Pottery started about 1945 in San Antonio, Texas, making small vitreous ceramics and art ware.Pottery identification has facets — clay color, glaze, shape and decoration are a few — but if you're lucky, the potter or pottery marked the item.Marks are incised or cut into the wet clay, impressed with a tool into the wet clay or stamped with a machine and ink on dry clay.Southern Potteries was incorporated in 1920, but dinnerware hand painted under the glaze began in the 1930s and lasted until the late 1950s.Blue Ridge used different marks during this time, sometimes Broadmoor Pottery opened in Colorado Springs, Colorado in 1933 as Broadmoor Art Pottery & Tile Company, primarily for tile production.