Cameron Clay Works

I have been given another early Christmas gift. Hubby and I were shopping in an antique shop yesterday and he found this piece of Cameron pottery, made in WV. I have a small collection and was happy to add this one to it.
Cameron Clay Products was founded in Cameron, West Virginia, in 1936 and destroyed by fire in 1964. In its 28 years of operation, the firm produced some amazing art pottery. Often their pieces are confused with Hull, Shawnee or McCoy. The “Tulip Ware” long-associated with Cronin Pottery of Minerva, Ohio, has been proven to be manufactured by Cameron Clay Products. More recently, shapes used for Roseville Keynote have been found with Cameron Clay Products markings.

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